Software products that are based on Linux code are rivals to Symbian in the market for smart-phone operating systems that use 3G networks. These networks provide wireless Internet access that is as fast as a dial-up connection. Microsoft is also a competitor with its Windows-based software, previously known as Smartphone but now being touted under the new Windows Mobile brand.
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