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

TomTom Shares Dip By 10% Following Nokia's Free Ovi Maps Give-Away

It was sadly predictable, especially after the exact same thing happened last October when Google released their free turn-by-turn navigation. Cheer up though TomTom and Navigon—at least you've got iPhone apps, right? Oh. [Yahoo Finance via TechRadar] » 1/22/10 4:35am 1/22/10 4:35am

Nokia Is Nok-Nok-Nokking on TomTom's Door With Free Turn-By-Turn…

Following Google's momentous news last October about free turn-by-turn navigation on Android phones, Nokia's just now abolished the price-tag for 74 countries. That's 73 more than Google offers it to. And even better news—it's available now. » 1/21/10 5:16am 1/21/10 5:16am

Nokia Dishes Booklet 3G's Full Specs and Price

After teasing its 10.1-inch netbook with 3G and Assisted-GPS, Nokia has confirmed an impressive 16-cell (12-hour) battery and coughed-up full specs: Windows 7, 1.6GHz Atom Z530 processor, 120GB hard disk, 1GB RAM, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and HDMI. Price: €575 ($810) before-subsidies. » 9/02/09 4:46am 9/02/09 4:46am