News In Brief: Microsoft, Nokia, NSN, Acer

Microsoft has unveiled the beta version of its new browser, Internet Explorer 9.
 
Nokia and financial software firm Intuit have teamed up to provide mobile and web-based marketing services for small businesses around the world.
 
Nokia Siemens Networks will establish its first network management center in Russia in 2Q11. The site will bring NSN’s tally to four, including two centers in India and one in Portugal.
 
Chinese vendor Acer is reportedly working on a rival to Dell’s Streak device, which will run the latest version of Google’s Android operating system and use a Snapdragon or Nvidia processor, according to Brighthand.com.

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