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Both Palm and Symbian today announced that their respective annual developer conferences would be postponed until next year, citing travel concerns in the wake of the WTC and Pentagon terror attacks.

PalmSource was due to take place in San Jose in three weeks, but Palm said "travel concerns" had obliged the company to postpone the event until later this year or early 2002.

Symbian was a little more specific. Its annual developer conference was scheduled for November 6-7 in Barcelona, but the company says it will now be held in Europe after the CeBIT and CTIA shows. ®

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