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Microsoft Office coming to Nokia cellphones

Microsoft and Nokia announced an agreement on Wednesday to make Microsoft Office Microsoft's primary desktop applications for Windows and Mac. Depending on the package, it includes some combination of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook along with various Internet and other utilities.  software available on smartphones made by the Finnish company.

The software and cellphone (CELLular telePHONE) The first ubiquitous wireless telephone. Originally analog, all new cellular systems are digital, which has enabled the cellphone to turn into a smartphone that has access to the Internet.  giants said that starting next year, Nokia would include Microsoft Office Communicator Microsoft Office Communicator is an integrated enterprise communications client, enabling information workers to communicate in real time through the use of instant messaging (IM), voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) and videoconferencing.  Mobile on its smartphones, followed by other Office applications.

"With more than 200 million smartphone customers globally, Nokia is the world's largest smartphone manufacturer and a natural partner for us," Stephen Elop, president of Microsoft Business Division, said in a statement.

"Today's announcement will enable us to expand Microsoft Office Mobile Office Mobile is an office suite by Microsoft for Windows Mobile Professional, Classic, and Standard editions. It consists of Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, PowerPoint Mobile, OneNote Mobile, and Outlook Mobile. It is meant to be compatible with desktop versions of the office suite.  to Nokia smartphone owners worldwide and allow them to collaborate on Office documents from anywhere," he said.

In a conference call with reporters, Microsoft and Nokia both stressed their commitment to their rival mobile telephone operating systems Operating systems can be categorized by technology, ownership, licensing, working state, usage, and by many other characteristics. In practice, many of these groupings may overlap. , Windows Mobile and Symbian.
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