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February 21, 1999


By CBR Staff Writer

Internet software developer STNCÆs smart phone will run on the Windows CE operating system in addition to the Symbian platform, the Bury St Edmunds, UK-based firm has announced. In January, STNC signed a deal to provide technology to Symbian, the joint-venture company set up by Psion, Ericsson, Motorola and Nokia. Managing director Amy Mokady says that the HitchHiker smart phone, which has email, internet access, and fax, will be targeted at manufacturers who have already made the decision to build Windows CE compatible mobile phones. The STNC product is available off the shelf and can be installed on top of existing packages, she claimed. The savings in code size would, she said, make the cut-down Windows software work faster.

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