Nokia is in news again and this time the Oracle miracle seems to be a part of the story. And how’s that? Well, read on. Nokia and Oracle have reportedly entered into a deal that makes the latter accessible to a slate of services in the GPS and data genre from Nokia. Awaiting a final confirmation, the deal is all set to be unveiled in public at a San Francisco conference. Now given that the Finnish phone maker was willing to expand the location services to a mass base, the deal only seems to be hitting the right notes at the right time.
In fact, the deal is coming at a time that’s ripe given that Nokia recently entered into similar deals for mapping with Amazon and Groupon. Now with Apple having decided to have a Google free mapping service on its iOS, its time Nokia stiffens its collars. Though apple’s decision of developing it’s own map app was not welcomed, let’s see how far Nokia goes to gain a stable base for its location and security services. Good luck Nokia.