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September 21, 2006

Windows Live Search to be available for Nokia phones

Posted by David Hunter at 10:27 AM ET.

Nokia struck a deal with Microsoft that will enable consumers to access Live Search directly from their Nokia Nseries multimedia computers and other compatible S60 devices.

I wouldn’t get too excited though, since Nokia traditionally has a big tent and as Reuters notes, had earlier done a similar deal with Yahoo.

Filed under Coopetition, Live Search, Microsoft, Nokia, Windows Live

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