Microsoft has launched a bid to capture a segment of the growing market for rich web content on mobile phones.
The software firm has signed a deal with handset manufacturer Nokia to bring its Silverlight platform to millions of mobile phones.
Silverlight is seen as a competitor to Adobe's Flash, which is already used by popular websites such as YouTube.
The software will first be available on Nokia's high end smart phones running a Symbian operating system.
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