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Nokia demonstrates latest from Ovi with backup, sync and share elementsStepwise approach to increasing Ovi functionality aimed at ensuring a smooth and intuitive user experience Nokia today demonstrated the new personal information management (PIM) sync functionality of Ovi.com, as well as the recently launched Nokia Ovi Suite for PC and the Files on Ovi remote-access service.
Niklas Savander, the head of Nokia's new software and Services unit, said that their internet offering is far from ready and the world's top mobile phone maker is seeking further acquisitions to speed up the roll out of new services.
ESPOO, Finland, September 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- In an online event later today Nokia will demonstrate the new personal information management (PIM) sync functionality of Ovi.com, as well as the recently launched Nokia Ovi Suite for PC and the Files on Ovi remote- access service.
Nokia to lower forecast for market share STOCKHOLM, Sept. 5 (Xinhua) -- The world's leading mobile phone maker Nokia has lowered the forecast for its third quarter market share, according to reports reaching here from Helsinki Friday.
By Eric Sylvers A year ago last week, Nokia introduced Ovi, a Web portal for wireless Internet services, sending the message that it was no longer content just being the world's largest producer of cellular phones. Since then, Nokia has methodically strengthened Ovi.
Mobile-phone giant Nokia (NOK) has taken a major step in its drive to move beyond selling hardware and into the potentially lucrative business of online content and services. On Sept.
Nokia has announced that it will launch its Comes With Music service in the UK. This service gives people one year of unlimited access to the entire Nokia Music Store catalog with the ability to keep all downloaded tracks even after the end of the one-year period.
LONDON, September 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nokia today announced that the United Kingdom will be the first market in the world to launch 'Comes With Music', its groundbreaking service which introduces a revolutionary way for people to discover and enjoy music.
On a recent holiday morning, I waited nervously in a pack of cyclists at a shopping mall parking lot outside Frankfurt, Germany, suited up in helmet and Lycra and waiting for the starting gun.
Nokia (NOK) wants some of Apple's rhythm. On July 1 the Finnish mobile-phone maker said that Warner Music Group (WMG) has agreed to participate in Nokia's fledgling music service, making Warner the third of the major record labels to join in the effort.
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