Posts Tagged ‘Symbian’

Millions Of Chinese Mobile Phones Affected By Viruses This Year

Chinese Internet security company Qihoo 360 has published a report covering Chinese mobile phone security for the first half of 2011, stating that from January to June 2011, about 2,559 new mobile viruses and malware were found in China, affecting 13.24 million mobile phone users. The Android and Symbian operating systems were the most affected […]


Kingsoft Launches Permanent Free Mobile Phone Security Software In China

Chinese security software provider Kingsoft has announced the launch of the official edition of its mobile phone security software.
The company said that the downloading, installation, and update of this new software product are completely for free. The software currently supports smartphone operating systems like Symbian S60 and Android.
Kingsoft said its mobile phone security software can […]


China’s 360 Launches Free Mobile Phone Security Software

Chinese security software provider 360 has announced plans to launch a permanently free-of-charge mobile phone security software product to help users solve increasing problems of spam SMS and nuisance calls.
Zhou Hongwei, chairman of 360, told local media that combining 360’s security technologies with successful experience in fighting malware, trojans, and viruses, the company will provide […]


Huawei Will Sell Android Mobile Phones Through Operators In 2009

Huawei, the Chinese telecom equipment maker who suspended the sale of its terminal business in October 2008, has recently revealed that the company will launch its first smartphone products based on the Android and Symbian systems in the first half of 2009.


Huawei Plans To Join Symbian Foundation

Chinese telecom manufacturer Huawei has announced plans to join the non-profit organization Symbian Foundation, which is run by Nokia, along with nine other companies, including the British chip designer ARM and the credit card giant Visa, to gain free access to the Symbian mobile phone operating system software provided by Nokia.


Mobile Social Networking Service Embedded In China

Chinese mobile handset company Ramar will embed the GyPSii location and social networking application on the forthcoming range of the company’s “amsam” Windows Mobile devices.