Nokia pushes forward into social networking

by admin August 10, 2009 at 5:00 pm

Completes acquisition of contacts database cellity

Nokia has announced it has completed the purchase of cellity, which offers a solution to collect and securely store users’ contacts in one place, hinting it plans to attack social networking on mobile phones.

A tiny company from Germany, cellity only has 14 employees, and allows users to collate all their contacts from various sources into one place.

This means that Twitter, Outlook and Facebook contacts can all be stored in one central location on the cloud, so you’ll never have to worry about losing all the details.

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