Symbian Exchange and Exposition conference kicks off in London

The Symbian Foundation announced the release of its platform microkernel (EKA2) and supporting SDK at its Symbian Exchange and Exposition 2009 conference in London. This microkernel is essentially the heart of the Symbian OS, according to the organization. FierceDeveloper Editor Jason Ankeny is on the ground across the pond covering all of the news coming out of the event. For more Symbian news and live coverage from the conference check back with the FierceDeveloper website throughout the week. Article

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