In a market where start-ups in the location-based mobile apps are a dime a dozen, Nokia makes its pick for its growing software arsenal.
Two new efforts to fill in geo data for the Web.
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Cellity, a tiny German company that makes an address book aggregator, will shut down its service and transfer its team to Nokia.
Looking for friends to do something with this summer? Use these location-based services to find out where all your friends are.
Mobile social start-up combines "geo" networking with Yelp-like reviews, and says partnerships and new investments will help it climb above the fray.
To further differentiate itself from the mobile-handset pack, Finnish company adds Montreal-based supplier of mobile e-mail, IM, and social-networking technology.
Tired of lugging a big travel book on vacation? Some Nokia phone users won't have to. They'll be able to download Lonely Planet travel guides directly onto their mobile handsets.
Company is adding Lonely Planet travel guides to its Nokia Maps 2.0 service.