Update: Nokia has confirmed the foregoing in a statement, which you can find after the break.
"Nokia has been made aware that the ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking has decided not to continue its planned SYMBEOSE project. We understand this was for a number of reasons, including the decision by a number of manufacturers to move away from Symbian and Nokia's plans for Windows Phone as its primary smartphone strategy. We believe that no funding had yet been distributed, either by ARTEMIS JU, the EU or national agencies.
However, although the SYMBEOSE project will not proceed, Nokia will continue to invest in development and enhancements for the Symbian platform, working directly with other companies. With 75 million Qt capable Symbian smartphones already in use, together with Nokia's plans to ship a further 150 million, we believe Qt and Symbian remain an attractive proposition for application developers, with the ability to deliver their apps to consumers via the Ovi Store."