Nokia boosts mobile analytics with Motally buy

Khidr Suleman
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Mobile firm will adapt software for for Qt, Symbian, Meego and Java developers

Nokia has announced plans to acquire Motally, a small US-based mobile analytics software provider, in a bid to bolster its analytics capabilities. Motally offers software that carries out in-ap...

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