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Nokia goes on Safari

July 4, 2005 | Comments (0)
Nokia seems to go open source with the new browser for the series 60 platform. They wanted the “best of breed” open source software as basis for their new mobile browser. WebCore and JavaScriptCore, that Apple uses in its popular Safari Internet browser will be the key components and available to all platform 60 users. It is a bit strange that they now bypass the origins of safari: KHTML and KJS. See the press release.


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