Friday, July 02, 2004

Nokia Backs Eclipse for Building Apps

Nokia Backs Eclipse for Building Apps
SAN FRANCISCO—Nokia extended its support for Java development by announcing support of the Eclipse platform for developers building applications to run on its phones and devices.

The Helsinki, Finland-based mobile communications giant announced support for the open-source development platform Tuesday at the JavaOne Conference here. And Pertti Korhonen, chief technology officer at Nokia Corp., delivered a keynote presentation at the conference highlighting the company's commitment to Java.

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