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2008-12-16 02:01:00

HELSINKI and STOCKHOLM, December 16 /PRNewswire/ -- - Flander and Endevo Join Forces to Drive Software Based Innovation for Nordic Industry Software testing and development company Flander today announced that it has acquired Endevo, the Swedish expert company in Quality Assurance and Software Development.

2008-12-02 05:19:00

ESPOO, Finland, December 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nokia (NYSE: NOK) today announced that it has completed its offer to acquire Symbian Limited. All conditions to Nokia's offer to acquire Symbian Limited have been satisfied and it has received valid acceptance of greater than 99.9% of the total Symbian shares that Nokia did not already own.

2008-12-02 05:12:00


2008-12-01 15:40:00

The world’s top mobile phone maker is widely expected to unveil new high-end phones and announce its push into Internet services this Tuesday during an industry event in Barcelona, Spain.

2008-10-23 09:05:00

Nokia hopes to regain market share by giving away the Symbian technology that is used in its high-end mobile phones in an attempt to encourage Internet developers to build innovative applications on the platform.

2008-09-03 06:00:06

Samsung Electronics accepted Nokia's offer to buy out its stake in Symbian, a software firm, giving Nokia agreements from all Symbian shareholders to sell their shares, Nokia announced.

2008-06-25 12:00:29

Few companies have the heft to take on Apple (AAPL), Google (GOOG), and Microsoft (MSFT) -- much less all three at the same time. But Nokia (NOK), the world's largest handset maker, made it clear on June 24 that it does not intend to cede its ground in mobile-phone software to gate-crashing U.S.

2008-06-25 06:02:07

Mobile phone giant Nokia has announced plans to acquire all the remaining shares of UK-based software firm Symbian for 264m euros ($410.5m). It already owns approximately 48% of the company.

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