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Point/Counterpoint: Does Symbian matter anymore?

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re: Point/Counterpoint: Does Symbian matter anymore?
rick merritt   2/12/2010 8:20:27 PM
Everyone's been wanting to use mobile consumer Linux for a long time. Now there's finally a well organized offering with all the needed parts plus plenty of app layer goodies--Android. Symbian is a year late to this party, but offers OEMs a choice. Question: Where's the Symbian App Store? Answer: Some of its at Nokia Ovi, some with Samsung, some with carriers...Oi vay!

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