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CNET: Ericsson using Opera browser in Linux-based phone

Feb 25, 2000 — by Rick Lehrbaum — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Paul Festa writes in CNET News.com . . .

“Swedish wireless telecommunications equipment provider Ericsson will use Norwegian Opera Software's Linux-compatible browser in the Ericsson Cordless Screen Phone HS210, which offers both cordless telephony and Internet access. The Linux operating system has been making inroads in the market for nontraditional computing and Web-browsing devices.”

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