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Ovi offers Shazam

Mobile music discovery provider Shazam today announced the availability of its mobile application for download inside the new Ovi Store by Nokia.

Nokia ships N97 in bid to regain smartphone share

Nokia has announced that its new flagship device – the Nokia N97 – will go on sale this month in more than 75 countries.

Report: Nokia popularity fading among teens

Reuters reports that Nokia’s popularity among teenagers is fading, as the world’s top handset maker has failed to introduce attractive mass-market models, according to a survey by networking site Habbo Hotel.

Adobe to enable Flash for smartphones by year-end

Adobe is planning to launch a version of its Flash software that will work with smartphones by the end of this year, revealed the firm’s chief technology officer, Kevin Lynch, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal this week.

Nokia teams with MTS

Nokia has signed a deal with Russia’s largest mobile operator MTS to sell its phones via MTS’ retail network.

RIM acquires GPS traffic-reporting firm

BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) has acquired GPS device firm Dash Navigation for an undisclosed sum, reports the Washington Post.

Baltic nations discuss digital dividend spectrum plan

Representatives from all the Baltic Sea states met in Helsinki this week to discuss use of digital dividend spectrum, raising hopes that the region will follow the likes of the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Finland, Switzerland and Sweden in allocating some of the spectrum to mobile broadband services.

Nokia launches Life Tools in India

The world’s largest handset vendor Nokia today announced the commercial launch of its Nokia Life Tools service in India, aimed at providing agriculture, education and entertainment services for rural and small town communities.

Nokia launches new touchscreen and E72

Nokia today unveiled its second mass-market commercial touchscreen device, following the successful 5800 phone.

Intel to announce breakthrough deal with Nokia

Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker, will sell processors to Nokia, the world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturer