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Nokia has announced that it will be putting Silverlight technology onto a number of its handsets and Internet tablets.
Silverlight is Microsoft’s cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in which can be used for a wide variety of interactive multimedia applications, and competes with the likes of Flash, Shockwave, and Quicktime.
Nokia will put the technology on its S60 Symbian OS platform, on its Series 40 devices, and on its Internet tablets.