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Cell phone maker Nokia Cor. will start to use Microsoft Corp's copy protection software to boost the use of wireless entertainment such as music and videos, the two companies said today.

Microsoft's technology allows users of Nokia cell phones to share protected pieces of content -- such as music, games or videos -- between phones, PCs and other devices.

Nokia, the world's largest cell phone maker, will license Microsoft's PlayReady digital rights management (DRM) technology and build it into its S60 software, the most widely used software platform in the cell phone industry.

Nokia's S60 software, built on Symbian's operating system, is used extensively in Nokia's lineup as well as in advanced cell phones from LG Electronics and Samsung Electronics.
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