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    Nokia released the news that its plan to purchase Symbian will be close to the end of this year. Nokia also announced that they intend to purchase Symbian from the other stakeholders, which included companies such as Sony Ericsson and Motorola, for $340 million in June. Nokia wants to make the Symbian software free to developers and handset makers.


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    Re: Nokia's purchase of Symbian

    I was almost sure this already happened?



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    Re: Nokia's purchase of Symbian

    Quote Originally Posted by xj911 View Post
    I was almost sure this already happened?
    Yeh, end of June...

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    Re: Nokia's purchase of Symbian

    I guess we can expect better Nokia programs to come out soon.



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    Re: Nokia's purchase of Symbian

    its about time .



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    Re: Nokia's purchase of Symbian

    nokia phones have /long been the most indestructable phones on the market ( manufactured obsolescence vs. satisfied / repeat customers ...... look for future thread ) its about time they upgraded the outdated os theyve been sticking in our toys



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    Re: Nokia's purchase of Symbian

    as far as making it free to developers and manufacturers it can only lead to more ideas and a better experience for the end user.



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    Re: Nokia's purchase of Symbian

    as well as to more bugs and more problems...



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    Re: Nokia's purchase of Symbian

    its about time .



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    its about time .
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    Re: Nokia's purchase of Symbian

    good news. hopefully more apps will come.



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    Re: Nokia's purchase of Symbian

    The good thing is Symbian will finally become open source like Android, and hopefully we'll see even more apps.

    This will be great when the N97 comes out and it competes with the Iphone.



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    Re: Nokia's purchase of Symbian

    Quote Originally Posted by xj911 View Post
    The good thing is Symbian will finally become open source like Android, and hopefully we'll see even more apps.

    This will be great when the N97 comes out and it competes with the Iphone.
    Agreed... I just played with an Android phone and was very impressed...

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