Nokia has revealed its latest maps-based toy – photorealistic 3D models of major cities for Ovi Maps.
Nokia has once again talked up its mobile mapping service, now claiming that it beats Google's offering hands down.
If you're out and about in the UK this bank holiday weekend then keep your eyes peeled for an Ovi-branded cab if you want free travel.
Nokia and Yahoo's new deal to collaborate on mobile services has prompted Nokia to admit it hasn't gained the success in the US it has hoped for, as well as confirming this isn't the full extent of collaboration between the brands.
TomTom may have just signed up Darth Vader but Nokia is massaging egos the world over, with news that it is to allow you to record your own voice for its turn-by-turn navigation service.
Nokia's announcement it will be offering free sat nav to many of its mobile phone users has already had an impact on the likes of standalone manufacturers such as TomTom.
ExclusiveNokia's UK Managing Director Mark Loughran has told TechRadar that the arrival of Ovi Maps is far more meaningful than the 'bit of turn by turn navigation' offered by Google's US only-service.