Nokia Open Up To Linux Apps
Apr 10, 2007, 20:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Though Linux continues to gain steam as an operating system for
mobile phones, Symbian remains a dominant mobile OS.
"Thanks to a new effort from cell phone giant Nokia, the divide
between applications targeted at Linux and those for Symbian may be
getting a whole lot narrower.
"The Nokia Open C Plug-In extension for the S60 3rd Edition
Software Development Kit (SDK) is designed to help the community of
open source applications and developers take their apps and port
them to Symbian. Nokia's S60 platform is built on top of the