Symbian on Java
In this paper we describe Symbian’s Java technology. We shall look at the
evolution of Java on Symbian OS, updating the story to include additions to
the platform in the latest release of Symbian OS, Version 8.0.
A D V E R T I S E M E N T
We shall then
briefly discuss Symbian OS phones and how these relate to the development of
Java on Symbian OS. In the final section we shall consider Symbian’s Java
strategy and provide a glimpse as to how the Java platform may evolve in the
Symbian on Bluetooth® wireless technology
The Personal Area Network (PAN) will be a key feature of mobile phones
and Bluetooth® wireless technology will be the enabling technology. The
Bluetooth® Special Interest Group (SIG) has more than 1700 members
representing a broad spread of industry interest. That makes it the fastest
growing industry standard ever. With such potential, it is not surprising
that many of Symbian's licencees see Bluetooth® wireless technology as a
central mobile phone technology.
Symbian on GPRS
This document gives an introduction to GPRS technology, explaining the
rewards of using GPRS, and looking at what the future may hold for the
mobile user with regards to full third-generation applications.