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Symbian Phones Gain Ability to Share Files Over Wi-Fi, 3G

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Jul 31, 2007, 10:52 AM   by (staff)
updated Nov 10, 2007, 5:51 PM

Telexy Networks has released SymbMB 2.0, which lets Symbian-based smartphones use Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or 3G networks to share files securely. Users create a specific folder where they can deposit data, music or photo files. This folder is then shared with a recipient's phone over a secure connection and that person can download the contents of the folder. The application also lets users send those files to a PC. Being able to use Wi-Fi or 3G to send the files will mean faster transfer times. The application is available to Symbian S60 handsets immediately and will support UIQ-based phones in the fourth quarter of this year.

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