However, apart from Symbian's shareholders, no company has yet publicly declared plans either to build EPOC
devices, or EPOC
The Emotiv EPOC
will ship with game content developed specifically by Emotiv to enable players to explore all the possibilities of brain-controlled gaming.
Study is a randomized multicenter phase III Intergroup study sponsored and conducted by the EORTC (European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer), in collaboration with AGITG (Australasian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group), EORTC GITCG (EORTC Gastrointestinal Tract Cancer Group), ALM-CAO (Arbeitsgruppe Lebermetastasen und-tumoren in der Chirurgischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft Onkologie), CRUK (Cancer Research UK) and FFCD (Federation de Cancerologie Digestive).
technology mounts DRAM chips in different packages into two overlapping rows on the printed circuit board.
technology mounts DRAM chips in different packages in two overlapping rows on the printed circuit board.
F-Secure Anti-Virus for EPOC
works on the Symbian operating system which is optimized for the demanding requirements of wireless information.
Purple Software is preparing new versions of its Powerbase relational database and Notebook organizer program for EPOC
The second platform demonstrates the DragonBall MX1 processor running the Symbian EPOC
operating system environment directly from SyncFlash memory in a hand-held PDA application.
the developer and marketer of Internet-enabled, contact-management tools that serve as critical components of wireless platforms and devices, have formed a strategic partnership to bring the next generation of information exchange services with integrated communication and commerce systems to wireless devices based on the EPOC
operating system developed by the Symbian consortium.
With Java running on Symbian's EPOC
operating system, the two organizations believe that developers will be able to supply a vast range of content and services that will overcome any problems of incompatibility when they are used across a wide range of wireless information devices.
The company develops and markets infrastructure security products enabling secure electronic transactions on traditional PCs and mobile wireless devices including the Win32, Pocket PC, Palm OS and EPOC
London-based Intuwave's state-of-the-art m-Network(TM) platform and series of products enable highly interactive, secure and personalised wireless services to be delivered to rich-client wireless devices based on platforms including Symbian's EPOC