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Nokia, the world's largest cellphone maker, has said it will reorganize in January to include a unit dedicated to software and services, along with its traditional focus on devices. (Globe Digital Illustration ) Globe Digital Illustration

Nokia looking at big picture

Latest acquisition places cellphone ad unit in Boston

By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / October 18, 2007

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Nokia Corp. , the world's dominant cellphone maker, is positioning itself to compete against the likes of MySpace, iTunes, and Google, and is anchoring a key part of its new business in the Back Bay. (Full article: 688 words)

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