Symbian + Android Collaboration?

Symbian + Android Collaboration?
Symbian + Android Collaboration? According to Reuters, Symbian could expand its collaboration with Google Inc to the operating system level as it moves to grant free and open access to its software platform. (possibly Android?) "We already work together and so whatever collaboration, if there is an opportunity, we will be happy to collaborate with them," Symbian chief executive Nigel Clifford told reporters in Tokyo. Symbian software is used in some 60 percent of smartphones -- mobile handsets with computer-like capabilities -- but Apple Inc's iPhone or new categories of phones based on Google's Android software could challenge that dominance.

It seems that Symbian wants to join Google and their Linux-based Android mobile OS - which can be considered an open-source competitor to Symbian. We know that Symbian currently uses Google applications such as maps and search engines on its platforms. Yeah, Collaboration can be a good thing for users. Stay tuned.

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