Nokia releases Web browser source code

Nokia has released the source code for the mobile-phone Web browser it developed last year for its line of S60 line of handsets. The move is an attempt get developers to standardize on a single Web browser. Any handset operator can now access the engine that runs the Nokia-developed browser and customize it for their own needs. Last year Nokia turned to open source software developers to provide the new browser.

For more about Nokia's move to release the source code for its Web browser:
- check out this article from IDG News Service

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