Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Microsoft & Nokia

Microsoft and Nokia bringing Office to Symbian next year

The world's largest software maker and the world's largest smartphone manufacturer are going to join forces in an attempt to bring some desktop productivity applications to the mobile space. As expected, and despite their long-standing competition, Microsoft and Nokia have agreed to an alliance that will bring Microsoft Office and related software on the Symbian mobile operating system.

Up until today's announcement, native versions of mobile Office have been limited to Windows Mobile, making this is the first time that Microsoft is developing Office software for another company's platform for handheld devices. Microsoft Business Division President Stephen Elop and Nokia's Executive Vice President for Devices Kai Öistämö made the announcement via a teleconference call in which they emphasized that both companies are still looking into more ways to collaborate.


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