Google Chases Yahoo, Microsoft in Nokia Search

Medford, Cassimir
February 2008
Red Herring;2/12/2008, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on a deal signed between Google and Nokia, through which Google's search engine will be integrated into Nokia's search technology for mobile phones. The deal will initially include four Nokia mobile phones and could expand to other units. Nokia has similar deals with Yahoo and Microsoft's Windows Live. According to the author, Nokia has become a key target for mobile application companies because of its efforts to market its products directly to customers.


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