Nokia and Yahoo! have teamed up to integrate Yahoo! personalized content (mail, messenger, contacts, useless personal ads, etc.) into its Series 40-powered smartphones. Currently, there is user-installable software that enables your handset to access most common Yahoo! features, however this is the first time a device maker is including all of the features at the OS level.
While this will mostly be of interest to our readers in Europe for now, we see this feature moving across the pond as Symbian makes headway in the US of A. If the image search is working on its UMTS/HSDPA handsets, we’re happy campers. You know what we mean (porn, we mean mobile porn).
Nokia + Yahoo! [Nokia Press Release]