Psion Plc. is planning to use part of its 126.4 million pound ($226.2 million) gain from the sale of its holding in Symbian to finance a buying spree in the areas of mobile hardware, middleware, services and wireless. The company is also planning to expand its operations in radio frequency identification and speech recognition.
Nokia said Wednesday (Sept. 8) that it has bought the Symbian development tool product line from Austin, Texas-based Metroworks, a move that could allow Nokia to have a stronger grip on Symbian-based designs.
Sony has developed a computer chip that allows viewers to zoom in on any part of a TV image, such as a favorite soccer player or an intruder on security-camera footage, while keeping the image sharp.
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