Nokia aims to increase mobile internet use
30 March 2010 — 11:59 AM
Consumers could soon wish to consider mobile recycling as an option in order to use the internet while on the move.
Mobile operator Nokia has acquired the services of Novarra - a mobile browser and services platform - with the intention of getting more customers connected to the internet through the handsets.
Niklas Savander, executive vice-president of services for Nokia, said: "Connecting the next billion consumers to the Internet will happen primarily on mobile devices and delivering an optimised internet experience on our devices is core to our mission."
He added that through encouraging innovation across its portfolio it is creating one of the largest consumer audiences for web services and content.
Nokia phone users that also play guitar might find the Tunerific app - available from the Ovi Store - prevents the need to carry a separate tuner.
The Nokia Conversations blog suggests that by plucking a string and holding their phone close to the instrument, the app will tell them whether it is flat, sharp or just right.
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