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Tuesday, June 14, 2005
Nokia, Apple Develop Open Source Browser


Nokia is working with Apple to develop an open source Web browser for advanced cellphones, reports InformationWeek.

The browser is expected to be available to licensees of Nokia's series 60 platform in the first half of 2006.

The software uses the same open source components, WebCore and JavaScriptCore, that are found in Apple's Safari Web browser.

"Open source software is an ideal basis for development since it enables Nokia to leverage and contribute to speedy software innovation and development," says Pertti Korhonen, CTO at Nokia.


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