Nokia released its open-source mobile Web browser and launched a new web portal to share information about its open-source projects.
Nokia's developers said that the browser will display the pages as good as any other PC browser and that it also includes pop-up blocking and access to RSS feeds.
The company is trying to make Web surfing easier from mobile phones. Currently, browsing sites that are not specifically designed for mobile phones proves a difficult task especially due to the small screens handsets have.
The company is also working on other open-source projects such as Maemo - a platform for developing products for Linux-based Internet tablets and a Python programming language port for S60.
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