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CNET News Daily Podcast: How Symbian can stop the bleeding

Mats Lewan explains why the most widely used mobile OS is losing market share so rapidly, and what Symbian plans to do about it; ComScore changes its traffic-counting methodology; and get ready for the Bing commercials.

Just about everyone knows about the iPhone--and maybe even that it runs on Apple's mobile operating system--even though the phone makes up only about 10 percent of the smartphone market. Far fewer people know the name of the most widely used mobile operating system, Symbian, which holds nearly 50 percent of the market. But Symbian has been losing market share at a very rapid rate, largely due to the popularity of the iPhone and BlackBerry. CNET News' Mats Lewan joins today's podcast to talk about what Symbian plans to take back some of that share.

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Today's stories:

Smartphone king Symbian ready to strike back

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