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Nokia to buy Cellity July 26, 2009

Posted by hruf in Mobile & Gadgets.
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Nokia has announced that it will acquire “certain assets” of Hamburg-based mobile software firm Cellity, these “assets” being its people and technology. Cellity’s current offering, an “address book 2.0″, which promises to connect and consolidate a user’s contacts and messages across mobile phone, social networks, etc into one inbox. It also offers a dashboard to manage this. However, this – the company’s current – service is said to be discontinued. So what is Nokia buying then (besides the very talented people)? My best guess is that Nokia would want to use the technology to ease consolidation and interaction across a variety of their handsets’ and services’ (including Ovi).

Good on the good folks of Cellity. Let us wait what it the result will hold in stock…

via Nokia to buy Cellity | Volker on Mobile.

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