This week saw Nokia push location on all of its mobile platforms in significant ways. Nokia's HERE business announced that its Drive, Drive+ and Transit applications are now available for all handsets running Windows Phone 8. Secondly, Nokia and Foursquare continue its established collaboration of bringing the check-in and recommendations service to mobile devices in the Asha range and now to existing S40 devices. Both announcements are important in their own right, but combined illustrate that Nokia is serious about utilizing location services as a differentiator for all of its devices, not just smartphones.
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