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Nokia reveals details of open source software projects

The Espoo, Finland-based company launched Maemo under an open source license in May when it also pledged not to assert its patents against the Linux kernel and has now launched opensource.nokia.com detailing its open source projects and contributions.

The list includes the new web browser for the S60 smartphone, which is based on the WebCore and JavaScriptCore components of Apple Computer Inc’s Safari browser, which is itself built on KHTML and KJS from KDE’s Konqueror open source browser.

Other open source projects include: MobileNews, an application for browsing NNTP newsgroups from a mobile phone, the Python programming language port to the S60 platform, and the Uriqa semantic web server, amongst others.

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