The world's largest software maker, Microsoft Corp. to unveils plans on possible tie-up with Nokia with its Office 2010 suite will likely goes mobile, according to the Cnet news on Tuesday.

It plans to reveal a tie-up with the largest top cell phone maker Nokia to make the software company's Office suite of applications to be available on mobile handset, which are set to release in 2010 fall, with its famous software programs.

However, both companies decline to comment, but will discuss the alliance on Wednesday morning at 8:00 am PST according to the cnet report.