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Ovi Magazine : Finnish report by Euro Reporter

Ovi Magazine : Finnish report by Euro Reporter | Finland | Scoop.it
Opinionated daily online magazine from Finland, culture, society, art, cartoons, politics and contemporary news from around Europe and the world.
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Arabic version of Nokia download store launched - Retail - ArabianBusiness.com

Arabic version of Nokia download store launched - Retail - ArabianBusiness.com | Finland | Scoop.it
Nokia said on Monday that it has launched full Arabic support for its popular Ovi Store across all existing platforms.
Consumers whose devices are set to the Arabic language user interface will now automatically view the Ovi Store in Arabic when entering, the company said in a statement.
"Arabic is the third most spoken language in the world with more than 300 million native speakers," said Imran Mahmood, general manager, Nokia Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
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Nokia Rebrands Ovi Amid Rumors of Microsoft Purchase - GigaOm

Nokia Rebrands Ovi Amid Rumors of Microsoft Purchase - GigaOm | Finland | Scoop.it
BBC NewsNokia Rebrands Ovi Amid Rumors of Microsoft PurchaseGigaOmOvi, the Finnish word for “door,” will be rebranded simply as Nokia services after the transition is complete.
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The evolution of Nokia and Ovi | Nokia Conversations - The official Nokia Blog

The evolution of Nokia and Ovi | Nokia Conversations - The official Nokia Blog | Finland | Scoop.it
GLOBAL - Starting with first services on some of the new Nokia devices in July and August, Ovi services will be rebranded as Nokia services in a transition (So: Windows (Ikkunat in Finnish) in , Ovi (Finnish word for door) out.
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Nokia Brings Photorealistic 3D Models Of 20 Entire Cities To Ovi Maps

Nokia Brings Photorealistic 3D Models Of 20 Entire Cities To Ovi Maps | Finland | Scoop.it
Users of Google Maps and Bing Maps have enjoyed 3D imagery for a while now, and Nokia is now catching up with the launch of (admittedly very nice-looking) photorealistic 3D models of 20 metropolitan areas from across the globe.
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Nokia to rebrand Ovi Store by 2012-end - Money - DNA

Nokia to rebrand Ovi Store by 2012-end - Money - DNA | Finland | Scoop.it
Ovi Store, Finnish mobile phone handset major Nokia’s online store of mobile applications, would be rebranded as Nokia Services over the next 18 months.
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Nokia ties up with Microsoft, set to embrace Bing

Finnish mobile maker Nokia will introduce a new ‘Search’ feature on its mobile phones which will allow users to locate a particular place at just a click, a report in the Nokia official blog said.

Nokia said it will be collaborating with Microsoft. The decision comes just after the success of Nokia’s ‘Ovi Store’ which allows users to buy mobile phone applications. Sometimes, the apps are free of charge.

Read more: http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/147594/20110518/nokia-microsoft-bing-search-smartphones.htm#ixzz1Mi4RWeX1
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Nokia to Give Up the Ovi Service Brand Name

Nokia to Give Up the Ovi Service Brand Name | Finland | Scoop.it
Nokia to Give Up the Ovi Service Brand Name: Mobile phone giant Nokia is changing its service branding from Ovi ...
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An Ovi Maps 3D tour of Helsinki | Facebook

An Ovi Maps 3D tour of Helsinki | Facebook | Finland | Scoop.it
Want to take a virtual tour with the new Ovi Maps 3D? http://nokia.ly/fUPPg9
Here are some of our favourite places in Helsinki, Finland!
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