Nokia has been hard at work opening up some different elements, such as a new Open Source browser for instance.
Nokia’s mobile video phone, the N92, uses a hinged, 2.8-inch display that lets the device sit on a table like a portable DVD player or twist into an LCD viewfinder like a handheld video camera. Their mobile television system, using DVB-H, is being tested in about 40 pilots worldwide. Nokia expects it to go live in the United States in the first half of 2006.
Nokia also launched today opensource.nokia.com, a new Internet portal for its open source software projects. Nokia believes the projects will enable the company to share mobile software knowledge and innovations with open source developers in order to further drive the mobile industry’s development. [Read the rest]
[tags]open source,nokia,mobile video phone[/tags]