Nokia has unveiled their new web browser for its mobile phones, based upon
the KDE Project's open source technology. The browser uses the KHTML and
KJS rendering engines, also used by Apple in their Safari browser, to provide a fast and powerful web browser. The move follows a presentation given by Nokia engineers to the annual KDE conference, aKademy.
George Staikos, the representative for the KDE Project in North America, said "The KDE Project is excited that Nokia will bring KDE's award-winning open source technology to mobile devices through the S60 platform. It is a testament to the value of the Free Software community's work, and will stimulate further innovation in KHTML and mobile applications. We look forward to helping this development through further collaboration with Nokia."