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  • Committer: jjesse at gmail
  • Date: 2012-11-11 03:17:20 UTC
  • Revision ID: jjesse@gmail.com-20121111031720-t974tfu4ybynoo3r
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                as netbooks/entry-level desktops, hand held computing and communications 
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                devices, in-vehicle infotainment devices, connected &tv;s, and media 
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                phones.</quote>
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                <note>
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                                On February 11, 2011, &nokia; announced a <quote>partnership</quote> 
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                                with &microsoft; in which &nokia; will replace &symbian; with 
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                                &windowsphoneseven; in wealthy American and European markets, but 
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                                continue to use &symbian; in India and other poorer regions. Because of 
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                                a huge outcry by &qt; and open source supporters who contributed to 
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                                &symbian;, &meego;, and &maemo;, &nokia; released a <ulink 
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                                url="&nokia-blog-message-url;">blog message</ulink> the next day. It 
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                                seems they need &qt; in order to continue to support &symbian; on the 
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                                200 million &nokia; phones that run it, and &meego; and &maemo; for a 
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                                <quote>disruptive</quote> presence in the markets for which they are 
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                                being offered. But, the partnership puts the commercial version of &qt; 
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                                in a questionable light due to the influence of &microsoft; and the 
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                                history of its partnership with &novell; and others which no longer 
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                                exist.
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                &qt;'s three major components are the &designer;, the &linguist; and the