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Bloomberg has today revealed that two people with knowledge of the terms regarding the Nokia/Microsoft Partnership announced in Mobile World Congress 2011 earlier last month, have stated that Microsoft will pay Nokia around $1 billion to promote and develop Windows Phone-based handsets as part of their smartphone software agreement. Hit the jump to find out more.

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We previously discussed the future of Symbian & Meego in the new strategic alliance between Nokia and Micrsoft, but what about the Qt developer push Nokia was engaged in. Since the Windows Marketplace will become the one-stop-shop for apps on future Nokia devices powered by Windows Phone OS, and has it’s own set of developer tools, what will be of Qt? Daniel Kihlberg, Director of the Qt Ecosystem, Qt Sales, Marketing and Services takes some time out to explain the future of Qt. Hit the jump to find out more.

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Phil Schwarzmann from Nokia Conversations asks some questions from readers to Nokia CEO Stephen Elop and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer during the Nokia Strategy & Financial Briefing on February 11, 2011, regarding their new partnership which will see Windows Phone OS come to Nokia devices. You can see the full Q&A interview after the break.

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Amongst the midst of the announcement today comes uncertainty regarding Nokia’s current platforms and services. What does the future look like for Symbian and Meego. Hit the jump to find out more on what the new Nokia/Microsoft Partnership will mean for Nokia’s current operating systems.

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