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Nokia said keeping MeeGo alive with two budget smartphones

03/28, 12:15pm

Nokia rumored to be working on two MeeGo phones

Nokia is working on two entry-level MeeGo phones as part of its Next Billion Group project, NetbookNews heard from sources from within that group. The mission of the group is to bring the Internet to a billion people who currently don't have access to it in many third-world countries. To do so requires a free operating system, which Windows Phone isn't, while Symbian is run by Accenture and being phased out from Nokia's smartphone mix.

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Nokia finalizes outsourcing of Symbian to Accenture

09/30, 1:05pm

Accenture outsourcing from Nokia now finalized

Nokia announced on Friday it had finished its transaction to outsource the development and support of its Symbian mobile operating system to Accenture. The deal dates back to the spring. Under the terms of the swap, 2,300 Nokia employees will be transferred to Accenture.

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Nokia further integrates NAVTEQ, Symbian outsourcing final

06/22, 8:20am

New division will focus on location-aware services

Nokia has announced two developments in its restructuring effort. The company appointed Michael Halberr executive vice president of the new Location & Commerce business unit, which will merge the NAVTEQ business with the company's social location services operations. The company also said the plans to outsource Symbian software development and support activities to Accenture had been finalized. Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has committed to supporting Symbian through 2016.

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Nokia offloads Symbian to Accenture, cuts 4,000 jobs

04/27, 7:55am

Nokia cuts 4K jobs and offloads Symbian

Nokia on Wednesday took more drastic steps in a bid to trim many of its costs in the Windows Phone transition. The company planned to move all its Symbian software development to the consulting firm Accenture. It would see 3,000 jobs move directly to Accenture with a deal signed in the summer and all employees changing hands by the end of 2011.

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