December 9, 2008
Symbian Foundation Details its Mobile OS Plans--AT&T Buying In?
The Symbian Foundation has now made its plans clear for the delivery of an open source Symbian mobile operating system. The first version will be ready in the first half of next year. The foundation has also announced a number of new partners, including AOL, Cell Telecom, Intrinsyc, ISB Corporation, Trusted Logic and Xenient. The new partners join 58 others, including AT&T, Texas Instruments, ARM, Broadcom, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, EA Mobile, Freescale, and many more.
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