R.I.P. Symbian OS

By Robert Vamosi | 6/17/13 7:12 AM

One of the first mobile operating systems, Symbian, is final at an end. But Nokia, the company that developed the OS is promising continued technical support through 2016. The last phone to include Symbian is the Nokia Pureview 808.

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New SpyEye Banking Malware is Signed

By JDavis | 4/5/11 8:42 AM

As a security practice, new apps on Symbian-based phones don't get installed unless they are digitally signed, however, a new mobile malware manages to fool the operating system with a clever digital certificate.

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Nokia: Symbian OS To Be Phased Out

By JDavis | 3/31/11 6:06 AM

In an open letter to Nokia phone developers, the company says Microsoft Windows Phone 7 OS will replace its Symbian OS on new Nokia phones by 2012.

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Mobile Malware Heats Up

By JDavis | 3/29/11 8:53 AM

Malicious mobile attacks have become more numerous and complex during 2010, according to the latest report from Kaspersky Labs.

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Good Technology Standardizes on Mocana to Secure Mobile Offerings

By JDavis | 7/25/10 7:44 AM

Mocana today announced that Good Technology has licensed its NanoCrypto cryptographic engine for use on supported mobile platforms, including iOS, Android, Symbian, Windows Mobile, and Palm webOS. Good for Enterprise enables IT administrators to easily define and distribute configuration profiles and enforce compliance policies for devices using the web-based Good Mobile Control console. With solutions that combine a great user experience with the tools that IT needs to manage and protect its mobile enterprise, Good Technology will implement Mocana's NanoCrypto as their universal security client, protecting against increasingly sophisticated attacks directed specifically at non-PC smart devices.

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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Mobile App Development

By JDavis | 7/12/10 8:12 AM

As mobile computing continues to grow with the frequent introduction of new devices worldwide, the mobile application development market becomes an increasingly significant portion of the software industry. However, with the multitude of mobile platforms and delivery options, the field is as fragmented and varied as it is vast.

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