Symbian is set to launch an upgrade to its mobile device operating system at CTIA next week. Symbian 9.5 should extend battery life, use memory more efficiently, and allow push-email and VoIP over WiFi. There will also be some multimedia improvements, with support for digital TV (DVB-H, ISDB-T) standards, and some new features for digital cameras, including red-eye reduction. Symbian is a major ...
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