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Sony to use Symbian software
Posted: 26-Apr-2000 [Source: FT]

[Sony plans to produce mobile phones with high-speed internet access based on the Symbian platform according to this report.]

By Lucas van Grinsven -- "Psion, the UK handheld computing group, announced on Wednesday that Sony would licence Symbian software to develop mobile phones with high-speed internet access.

"Symbian, which was Psion's software arm and is now an alliance between the UK group and mobile phone manufacturers, including Nokia, Ericsoon and Motorola, is attempting to develop an industry standard operating system for mobile communication devices.

"Sony said it had also selected semiconductor technology from US-based Texas Instruments, and that it would use technology from the two companies to make mobile devices that can make phone calls, access the internet and run multimedia applications such as video. The Japanese group is to use TI's programmable digital signal processor.

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