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Nokia Strikes Deals With Tencent, SINA To Bring Location-based Services To Ovi Maps

January 28th, 2011 01:19 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Nokia this morning announced two deals with leading Chinese Internet companies SINA and Tencent, who will be integrating with Nokia’s Ovi Maps in China.

Millions of users of SINA’s microbloging service and Tencent’s massively popular online community QQ (636 million users and counting) will be able to share their location through Nokia mobile devices, check-in to locations and upload content tied to location, such as recommendations and reviews of restaurants, shops and movie theatres.

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Source: Nokia Strikes Deals With Tencent, SINA To Bring Location-based Services To Ovi Maps

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