Microsoft and Nokia have teamed to bring Microsoft’s Office applications, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, to Nokia eSeries handheld devices. The move is a shot across the bow of RIM Blackberry which currently dominates the business Smartphone space. The partnership also enables Microsoft to extend the reach of its messaging and communications products.Microsoft’s Office Mobile and Office Communicator products currently run only on Windows Mobile phones. Nokia is not planning to offer any Windows Mobile devices, Nokia’s Executive Vice President for Devices Kai Öistämö said during a call with press and analysts on last Wednesday.
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