that it expects navigation services to generate about half of its Internet service revenue for 2009. The proliferation
of GPS in its devices is one part of the equation, while the other part focuses on enhanced services Nokia categorizes as People & Places.
portfolio of services that can utilize the technology. Nokia, on the other hand, provides a free routing option similar
to Google Maps, a premium turn-by-turn navigation application from TeleNav, Telmap, NIM or any other third-party provider and location-based services like viNe, all under the Nokia brand.
why they should continue to buy their navigation devices, even though these devices will continue to provide limited usability for the mobile user. They have to become more than a one-trick pony and cannot emulate the fastevolving
technical abilities of always-connected devices like handsets.
inroads in markets like the United States and is working to release its own application store soon. Ultimately, this rethinking of its corporate structure will enable Nokia to stay in a dominant position in the devices and services spaces.