__/ [ T.J. ] on Monday 15 May 2006 10:11 \__
> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> __/ [ Borek ] on Monday 15 May 2006 08:25 \__
>>> On Mon, 15 May 2006 07:41:16 +0200, Roy Schestowitz
>>> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> Announcement on collaboration with Nokia on the 770 model (Internet
>>>> tablet) is due out by Tuesday.
>>> But it made my day on Monday morning :)
>> There were rumours in CNET on Saturday, if I recall correctly. Ever since
>> has rippled, but nothing official. From my post in a different newsgroup:
>> Report: Google and Nokia to offer Wi-Fi phone
>> Gist/conext: the phone in question will be based on Debian/Maemo (Linux
>> kernel) and be integrated with Google's SOA.
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | Google and Finnish company Nokia are expected to announce on Tuesday
>> | the launch of a handheld Internet browsing device that includes Google
>> | Talk, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal on Friday that
>> | cites a source familiar with the plans.
>> | Google Talk lets users have conversations over an instant
>> | messaging system.
>> | The Nokia device, which will use short-range Wi-Fi wireless technology
>> | and not cellular networks, is expected to be sold worldwide for about
>> | $390, the article said, adding that it will be based on the Nokia
>> | 770 Internet Tablet. Also called the Espoo, it was Nokia's first
>> | mobile device that wasn't also a cell phone, and it has
>> | high-resolution screens and plays video and music, according to
>> | the report.
> Opera as the browser?
Are you trying to get Boren excited? *smile*
Yes, but a variant thereof (Nokia give it a native, consistent
look-and-feel*). Opera also do browsers for PDA's and the last time I
heard of it, The Nintendo wii is bound to have Opera. Take this with a
grain of salt because my memory might betray me. Opera, in general, are
doing well on appliances.
*Search for Nokia 770 images and you will probably see the browser, as
well as the remainder. It is a highly-sought-for device, according to a
Register article I could provide a link to (if you are interested of
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