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Handmark Intros a New Version of Its Pocket Express Mobile Service

Handmark announces a new version of its Pocket Express mobile service. Pocket Express was developed by Handmark in native Symbian C++ specifically for S60 Third Edition on Symbian OS, and will be featured on Nokia E-series and N-series handsets.

Created in the UK, this all-new release of Pocket Express for Symbian OS offers free mobile access to a handset client, featuring essential BBC news, global weather and minute-by-minute score reports for UK and European footballer fans from STATS.

A suite of premium services is also provided in this new release of Pocket Express for Symbian OS, including updates from global financial markets, flight status for more than 75,000 international destinations from over 3,500 airports, cinema show times throughout the UK, and fast access to the authoritative New Oxford Dictionary of English and companion Oxford Thesaurus. Pocket Express combines these services with the world's first mobile live personal assistant, MobileCierge. With one tap, customers can speak to a live assistant who can help solve almost any personal, travel, medical, or emergency-related request anywhere in the world.



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