How Nokia's Symbian Move Helps Google

The cell-phone maker's choice to eventually give away its smartphone software will mean more mobile Web useand more Google search ads

Nokia (NOK) rocked the wireless industry June 24 with news it would purchase the portion of Symbian, a maker of mobile-phone software, that it didn't already own—and then give away the software for nothing.

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