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Nokia- mobile phones are the new computers

November 7, 2008

Nokia demonstrates how it’s leveraging insights gleaned from the developing world into products. The mobile phone is made to work a lot hard in developing countries; it becomes the mobile office and primary computer for many of its users. In response, Nokia is launching Life Tools; software included in its phones that can help those involved in agriculture better understand market and weather conditions.
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Posted by Ed Cotton

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