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Autoreply and filter SMS messages on Symbian UIQ-based mobile phone.
Bring Web radio stations to your phone.
Reject unwanted calls or SMS automatically with your Symbian phone.
Map your route and detect your location on your mobile phone.
View and edit Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files on your Symbian smartphone.
Make international calls at low cost.
Play chess on your UIQ phone.
Watch location and current state of operated objects on a map via GPS.
Keep track of all transfers, accounts, and deposits via your Symbian.
Organize and integrate text notes, drawings, tasks, and appointments on your Sony Ericsson.
UIQ Technology's interface has served many users well and will now transcend into the realm of smartphone history.
The Symbian OS has been around for aeons and is available on a wide range of devices. With this experience comes a wealth of shortcuts and handy tricks which we've compiled for easy access.
Symbian Foundation CEO Lee Williams talks about the open-sourcing of its mobile OS and whether to expect a Symbian-based tablet.
The launch of the OS Security Package is the first step in the Symbian Foundation's plan to eventually open-source its entire Symbian mobile operating system.
Sling Media declares a deadline for its upcoming SlingPlayer Mobile for iPhone, and reveals a new trick in the app's retinue.
German security researcher has demonstrated a denial-of-service attack that could affect Symbian-based smartphones made by Nokia and others.
Sony Ericsson says future Xperia smartphones may not run Windows Mobile.
Browser developer joins the Nokia-led consortium, set up in June to turn the mobile operating system into an open-source platform. It also teams up with Nvidia.
The move by Nokia and allies to spur the development of mobile Web applications is seen as a major strike against Google and its nascent Android platform.
World's leading smartphone operating system will evolve into an open-source consortium to meet challenges posed by upstarts determined to carve out their own niche.