Nokia wants you to know that it's one of the biggest mapping companies you didn't know about. In fact, when you add its in-car, Web, and mobile presence together, it's pretty much king of the maps.
Nokia's mapping platform powers Yahoo services and increasingly gives Microsoft's Bing its cartographic data.
Thanks to its Navteq buy in 2007, Finland's finest claims an automotive presence in more than 80 percent of in-dash navigation modules and after-market devices.
"We're basically the world's largest mapping company," Hans Peter Brondmo, head of innovation for Nokia'… Read more