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Nokia Explains Web 2.0 With Video

For those of you still don't think that Nokia is gunning for Google's throne as the king of Web 2.0, take a look at this. Why is Nokia spending time trying to define Web 2.0?

For those of you still don't think that Nokia is gunning for Google's throne as the king of Web 2.0, take a look at this. Why is Nokia spending time trying to define Web 2.0?Here is Nokia's video explaining Web 2.0:

As I pointed out last month, the Web's future could well be determined by the growing fight between Nokia and Google. According to the video Web 2.0 is "all about connecting people." But, if you watch closely, Nokia's message is that Web 2.0 is all about mobility. "Track them down with GPS." That's Nokia's positioning in a nutshell.

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