Ironically, Nokia was totally on the ball
in announcing that Microsoft's Silverlight rich internet development platform would be coming to its own devices -- but naturally, there are plans in the works to bring it to Windows Mobile, too. Silverlight 1.0 for Mobile (as it's being called) will be available to developers in the second quarter of the year, putting it roughly on the same timeline that Nokia has settled on for the S60 version of the browser plugin. Unfortunately, the first version will only support Silverlight 1.0, despite the fact that 2.0 has already been released for PCs; then again, Flash Lite has historically been at odds with Flash proper, so we suppose it's business as usual.
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