Nokia to Launch Googleized Net Tablet
Nokia and Google plan to announce Tuesday a version of the cell phone manufacturer's Internet tablet device that comes preinstalled with the Google Talk. The service would allow for voice conversations and instant messaging on the device, which uses a Wi-Fi connection to connect to the Internet. According to the Wall Street Journal's sources, the device would be available globally at a price of around USD $390.
Along with Google, Nokia is talking to other companies about porting their communication software to the device. The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet was first launched in September of last year. It allows for web and e-mail browsing, as well as multimedia playback.