Nokia's U.S. Customers Will Only Get WP7 Devices

Realizing that U.S. consumers have by and large abandoned Symbian, Nokia will no longer release Meego or Symbian-based devices in the U.S. That means no N9 over here, unless it's running Windows Phone 7. [All Things D] » 8/09/11 2:20pm 8/09/11 2:20pm

Nokia Washes Hands of Symbian and Releases its Source Code to the Masses

Either this is the world's dullest April Fool's gag, or Nokia really has released the source code for Symbian. If it's the latter, that means developers can tinker with the builds, now that Nokia will no longer be developing the platform itself. [The Inq] » 4/01/11 10:05am 4/01/11 10:05am

Nokia "Will No Longer Be Talking About Symbian^3 or Symbian^4 At All"

Did our words on why we're not reviewing the N8 cut to the bone of Nokia? They've slipped an interesting fact into today's financial report that they "will no longer be talking about Symbian^3 or Symbian^4 at all." [Nokia Conversations] » 10/21/10 6:35am 10/21/10 6:35am

Nokia Ditching Symbian for N-Series Phones

Symbian is being retired for Nokia's flagship range of phones, with the 720p-shooting N8 being the last phone to see the dated OS running on its little body. From now on, it's MeeGo all the way. » 6/24/10 8:55am 6/24/10 8:55am

Nokia Releasing Maemo 6 Phones Later This Year, Symbian 4 Next Year

Great news—according to Nokia Taiwan's general manager Michael Hsu, they're going to be launching Symbian^3 in the third quarter of 2010, and the Android-looking Symbian^4 in early 2011. Maemo 6, meanwhile, will be seen on Nokia phones in the second half of 2010. [Digitimes] » 2/02/10 5:25am 2/02/10 5:25am