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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Nokia buys location technology company

Nokia has bought MetaCarta, which is an American company that employs around 30 people. Its technology offers a location-based service that lets users access information relevant to wherever they are. Nokia says MetaCarta’s expertise will be used as part of its local search service.

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