Nokia Confirms Ovi Maps Will Appear On Android, But Will That Be A…

Why'd Nokia give away Ovi Maps for free to other OS users? Unless they're...planning an Android phone themselves? We've already heard whispers they're to release just one Maemo device this year—and they can't possibly survive on Symbian alone. » 2/25/10 6:47am 2/25/10 6:47am

Nokia Booklet 3G and N900 Will Come to America, Absolutely No ETA

In a U.S. press briefing this morning, Nokia said that its Booklet 3G and the N900 will eventually be sold in the US of A. The company would not detail if they would be sold through carriers or simply unlocked (and in Nokia's U.S. based flagship stores). » 9/02/09 12:00pm 9/02/09 12:00pm

Nokia Ovi App Store Now Open to Everyone (Updated)

Nokia has quietly opened Ovi marketplace to the US and elsewhere, giving Symbian users the world over an app store to call their own. And from the looks of it, it's a nice one. UPDATED

The web interface is attractive and easy to use, with a simple "Send to Mobile" button serving in lieu of a central transfer program like … » 5/26/09 3:53am 5/26/09 3:53am

Nokia Asks Jobs If iTunes Can Come Out and Play

Does Nokia's multimedia guru Anssi Vanjoki read Gizmodo? A few months back, when Nokia launched its Ovi mobile media portal, our own personal Jesus ridiculed its use of Windows Mobile content as not being able to keep up with iTunes. Well, right or wrong, Nokia got the message, and Vanjoki is now inviting Steve Jobs by … » 12/26/07 12:24pm 12/26/07 12:24pm

Nokia Delays N-Gage Game Portal as Warner Pulls from Its Music Store

Yes, the title could have been "Nokia's Crappy Friday": Reuters says the N-Gage gaming service and the new music store are "among the cornerstones" of Nokia's big mobile-content push, yet today neither one is where it's supposed to be. » 11/02/07 9:22am 11/02/07 9:22am

Of greater concern is the music store. Nokia stuck its toe in the OTA download water…