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UPDATED: Audioboo for Symbian available; WP7 to follow

by James Whatley 23rd February 2011
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February; the shortest month of the year has, somehow been incredibly long this year. What with the Nokia/Microsoft announcement, Mobile World Congress and of course, NOT at Mobile World Congress, it’s a wonder the Really Mobile team have had any time to do anything! However, we’re quite good at wonders here so, a short while […]

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Samsung Bring Down the Shutters on Symbian

by Martyn Davies 1st October 2010

Samsung today abandoned Symbian support with an email blast to their developer community. According to Samsung Mobile Innovator, the shutters will come down rapidly, with the developer forum closing and even the existing content being purged  at the end of December this year.  Samsung has been pursuing its own developer strategy with the Bada platform […]

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Sneak Preview: New Pixelpipe for Symbian [Update: Now with download link]

by James Whatley 23rd August 2010

Pixelpipe – the multi-platform media/file sharing app – has a new version on the horizon and Brett Butterfield, CEO and Founder, pinged me last night with some exciting news… Not only a special preview version of the app to use on my Nokia C6, but also a 7min HD video of how the app will […]

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Nokia still accidentally telling people N-Series dropping Symbian [Told You So]

by Ben Smith 23rd June 2010

Nokia have been at it again, only this time they blabbed to CNET Australia… As we reported back in November, it does look like they will be dropping Symbian from N-Series

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Nokia dropping Symbian from N-Series by 2012 [UPDATED]

by Ben Smith 18th November 2009

This evening, at the official N900 meet-up in London, Tanja Sauvola from the Maemo marketing team revealed in a Q&A with bloggers (after giving the first of the evening’s three presentations) that Nokia plan to drop Symbian from the entire ‘top end’ N-Series range of handsets in favour of Maemo by 2012. The transition will […]

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Symbian Horizon: Here we go again…

by Ben Smith 4th November 2009

Criticising awful application stores has been a hobby of ours for some time now. Symbian Horizon‘s not an application store, but it should be much, much better… On this performance Symbian apps will soon be little more than an enthusiasts’ playground and a commercial train-wreck. Launched this week, Symbian Horizon is both a developer-support programme […]

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First Look: Kinoma Play for Symbian

by Ben Smith 30th October 2009

Kinoma Play is a media-consuming power-house of an S60 application. Fast and refined, even in this its first non-Windows Mobile incarnation it justifies a hefty $30 price-tag, giving my pre-historic N82 a new lease of life. When the initial pitch on an S60 application – especially an S60 3rd edition (non-touch) application – is referenced […]

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