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Tue, 31.12.02

Happy New Year!
We wish you all the best and Happy and Prosperous New Year 2003. Let it bring us new, fantastic Symbian OS based devices, especially the new Communicator equipped with GPRS, Bluetooth, Symbian OS 7 and touch-screen :)

We enter the fifth year of our existence. Please, stay with us. We will be doing our best to further improve our service and always provide you with the latest and most complete information about Symbian OS devices.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 19:07 in category

Thu, 19.12.02

First 3G SymbianOS phone by Fujitsu
Fujitsu has introduced the first Symbian OS 3G smartphone to be launched in Japan. The product marks an impressive step forward with an enhanced graphical user interface, still and movie camera, email capability as well as advanced PIM applications. This product is the result of close co-operation between Symbian and Fujitsu both to create a Symbian OS user interface for the Japanese language as well to optimize Symbian OS for NTT DoCoMo's 3G FOMA network.

The phone will be available for end customers in Japan by the end of December 2002. Again Japanese vendors are leading technological progress: no European handset vendor announced yet 3G cellphones with Symbian, again Europe lags behind Japan. Read more @ WirelessSoftware.info.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:51 in category
Certicom becomes Symbian's Platinum Partner
Certicom Corporation, provider of wireless security solutions, announced they have joined Symbian's Platinum Partner Programme.

The world's top 5 handset manufacturers: Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Siemens and Sony Ericsson - have all licensed Symbian OS for use in advanced, feature-rich mobile phone products. In 2001, Symbian OS licensees shipped more than 80% of all phones shipped worldwide.

By becoming a Symbian Platinum Partner, Certicom is demonstrating its strong commitment to the fast-growing Symbian OS ecosystem. This new agreement will also facilitate in-depth interaction between Certicom's wireless security experts and Symbian technical teams as new generations of Symbian OS are developed. Certicom's products and services are designed to address the security challenges imposed by a wireless data environment. movianVPN from Certicom is an award-winning VPN client that extends enterprise security to handhelds. It gives mobile users the ability to access sensitive information with the highest level of security using existing wired VPN infrastructures. movianVPN is currently available for the Nokia 9210 Communicator series and development for other Symbian devices and platforms is underway. Read more @ WirelessSoftware.info.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 02:01 in category

Tue, 10.12.02

Developer Survey
Forum Nokia would like to increase and improve its support to you. With that in mind, they are currently making an extra effort to get to know your business environment, your challenges, and your needs. They ask that you help them by answering questions in a Web survey. The survey aims to
describe mobile software development characteristics and needs from your perspective and how these relate to the contents and activities of Forum Nokia. Respondents who provide name and address will receive a small gift. Please note that Forum Nokia guarantees your privacy: all responses will be handled in confidence and will only be used for internal analysis.

Participate the survey @ Nokia.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 17:52 in category
New Nokia Testing Suite
Nokia Testing Suite 1.1 is designed for Nokia 7650 and Nokia 9200 Communicator series third-party application testing. New features in this version include Nokia 7650 support, memory allocation tool, and new commands.

Nokia Testing Suite 1.1 is a testing application that allows commands to be run automatically on supported Nokia devices. Nokia OK testing houses use this same application in the official Nokia OK tests, thus it is recommended that developers run the Nokia Testing Suite 1.1 before entering into Nokia OK tests.

Download and read more about using Nokia Testing Suite 1.1 @ Nokia.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 17:48 in category
First Symbian-Powered 3G Smartphone
Psion said Tuesday that Symbian has announced that its licensee Fujitsu has completed development of a Symbian OS smartphone for NTT DoCoMo's FOMA 3G network. Fujitsu will begin volume shipments to NTT DoCoMo shortly. This is the first Symbian OS smartphone to be launched in Japan and is also the first Symbian OS 3G smartphone.

The product has an enhanced graphical user interface, still and movie camera, email capability as well as advanced PIM applications. This product is the result of close co-operation between Symbian and Fujitsu both to create a Symbian OS user interface for the Japanese language as well to optimize Symbian OS for NTT DoCoMo's 3G FOMA network.

Read @ Symbian.com and Yahoo.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 13:52 in category

Fri, 06.12.02

OPL to become Open Source project!
Symbian and its partners announced yesterday that OPL will become an Open Source project. We consider this one of the most important and momentous news of the current year.

What does this mean to users and developers? OPL is an easy to learn yet powerful language. Because of its Basic-like syntax it can be quickly and easily absorbed by almost anyone, allowing ordinary users to create fully-featured applications for Symbian OS. And this means only one thing: hundreds or thousands of applications made by enthusiasts, hobbyists and individual developers. A true community and rapidly growing software selection.

Microsoft has just released its MS Smartphone 2002, which is seriously limited (or better: crippled) by its certification system. It is only possible to install applications with valid security certificates. Certification takes time and costs hundreds USD. Moreover, developers have to certify not only new products, but also every update! Even changing one byte in binary code requires passing certification again (and paying). Forget about small developer companies and individuals creating software for SPV and its followers. Forget about freeware when you have to pay hundreds for making it installable!

Symbian OS has now a unique chance to go the entirely opposite way! To become a system widely open for every hobbyist, student, developer. Where everyone - for free - can put his ideas into a program for own or public use. Remember those Ataris and Commodores with embedded Basic interpreters? What was usually the very first thing people were doing right after bringing them home? Typing: PRINT "HELLO" RUN. Programming!

Moving OPL to Open Source provides unique chance to port it to Series 60, UIQ, Series 90. Let's not lose that opportunity!

My-Symbian.com addresses this news to all Symbian OS developers. Join your forces! Take your part in porting OPL to Series 60 and UIQ, and then to the new Communicator! Make OPL available for all Symbian OS based devices and even more powerful by using your experience and providing your resources and skills. Don't worry about OPL programs becoming a competition to your C++ products. Making Symbian OS even stronger will make YOU stronger in the end. Let's give Symbian OS that "Linux taste".

Details are being discussed now and the project is going to be available real soon. We will keep you informed of every single news regarding this matter. Stay tuned!
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 04:41 in category
IBM Provides a Mobile and Wireless Database and Synchronization Solution for AppForge MobileVB
Enterprise developers can now incorporate IBM's world-class database and synchronization support into their mobile and wireless applications. IBM utilized the AppForge Piedmont Framework to enrich its DB2 Everyplace offering with AppForge MobileVB, enabling millions of Visual Studio developers to create rich applications that run on more than ninety percent of the world's smart phones and PDAs.

The new services created by this integration are available on all platforms supported by MobileVB including devices based on PalmOS, PocketPC, and the SymbianOS operating system. Through MobileVB, Visual Studio programmers can leverage their Visual Studio and DB2 Everyplace relational skills to develop applications using a single code base, independent of the target mobile platform.

Read more @ AppForge.com.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 01:50 in category

Mon, 02.12.02

New Symbian Platinum Partners
Symbian today announced that ARM, HP, Motorola, RealNetworks, and Texas Instruments have joined its Platinum Partner Program. They and more than 80 other Platinum Partners met today at the Symbian Partner Event (SPE) in London to discuss the rapidly expanding commercial opportunities and advanced technical developments around Symbian OS. Read more @ Symbian.com.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 19:51 in category

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