All too frequently, carrier buy-in is key to getting mobile content off the ground and into wide circulation -- but at least we can't blame Nokia for trying to do its part, too. As its name implies, "myNseries" is a newly-minted concept app for Nokia's Nseries devices, serving up a wide variety of information and content (apps, videos, graphics, and so on) in a widget-driven, vaguely Web 2.0ish interface. So far it's only been presented at the Nokia Experience in France, but the company's apparently actively working with carriers in a variety of countries to get it rolled out elsewhere (hopefully, you know, not in French).

[Via Slashphone and Mobinaute]

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