One of us! One of us! Either Microsoft and Nokia decided to bury the hatchet or else Nokia decided they couldn't live without online services. Either way, more buy-in to Windows Live services is good news for Windows Mobile users, even (especially) if it's on a competing platform. Windows Live is so tightly integrated in Windows Mobile 6 that it's almost a crime not to use them (thankfully, though, you're not forced to use them). More users, especially on MSN Messenger, is a Good Thing.
Welcome to the fold, Nokia users. Pay no attention to the fact that after the Beta these services might not be free. Gooble gobble!
Nokia announced today that it has teamed up with Microsoft to offer Windows Live services directly on S60 compatible Nokia smartphones.
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