September 24, 2016
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Nokia's Mobile OS Symbian Goes Open Source
Symbian is free at last. The mobile operating platform for Nokia, the world's largest mobile device maker, is now available as an open source operating system. It's official. Nearly two years ago, Nokia spent $410 million to buy all of Symbian, the mobile operating system software in which it already owned a major stake -- and promised to turn it into a new, royalty-free mobile software platform.
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Nokia Goes Even More Open Source, Opens Symbian
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