Monday, October 01, 2007

Nokia goes in the maps and local business for $ 8 billion

Nokia throw out a press release from their hat, informing us that they will acquire Navteq for 8.1 billion dollars. Huge deal and a good step to the advertising market for mobile.

Navteq is the principal provider of maps for Google Maps and Google Earth and a few other. I'd love to hear something form Google about this deal !

More information about that huge deal here.

1 comment:

cfd said...

Pendant ce temps Tom Tom a fait une offre sur TeleAtlas. L'autre source de données...