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stocktothemoon 134 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 22, 2014 3:17 PM Member since: Feb 7, 2013
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  • Softy Putting Some New Make Up On. Big Boys Like To Hide Until They Know Collateral Damage Roger That.

  • stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 6, 2013 6:00 AM Flag

    I don't think PlantetNok is crazy. If you can smell it you are crazy. I think he is sharp an right. What kind of crazy talk is that. There talking about Nokia Cars. All the big players are talking or copying them.
    They do not have to do anything else with HERE even if it is left alone.
    They now have the next thing: " A Mapping Cloud Solution". That is good enough to keep people smelling something brewing for the next 5 years if they do nothing but sit and wait.

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    Are Apple and msft fighting for Here Mapping?

    by farhan8000 Oct 5, 2013 5:06 AM
    stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 10:07 PM Flag

    I have no big problem with Rambo. It is par for the course to spar on this site. Some take it to a whole different level and I am done for tonight.

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    Are Apple and msft fighting for Here Mapping?

    by farhan8000 Oct 5, 2013 5:06 AM
    stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 10:05 PM Flag

    Ineed: Is not the best way to start a sentence. I said I did not agree with Rambo and he bashes me but at least he post's like a man and nothing has changed. What the hell is your problem? If my memory is correct, I said "Rambo just bashed me but at least he post like a man". I do not care if he is wrong about most stuff. I am done explaining it. If I have to explain it you would not understand.
    What I do not understand is why this board that it was more important to play guess the id instead of figuring out how much money Nokia is going to Bank of the Qualcomm deal. That should have been printed everywhere by now. Unless I missed one of your posts that said he has 26 no 27 no 28 id's. Funny no information on the value of the deal.
    Indoor mapping is as big as outdoor because it also includes riding by a store and having specials pop up etc.
    I think Nokia & Microsoft are going to beat Google. I am not feeling excited by Google anymore. I am about Nokia & Microsoft. Apple better stop listening to Icaahn and get a better map.

  • stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 9:49 PM Flag

    I can think of some entertainment parks I have been in and some airports and some malls and on and on and on. Say's 69 countries Rambo. You think Apple is just going to tell all it's user to f off we are not giving you indoor mapping Tom Tom is our man.

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    Are Apple and msft fighting for Here Mapping?

    by farhan8000 Oct 5, 2013 5:06 AM
    stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 9:34 PM Flag

    The bigger question is what was the deal between Qualcomm & Nokia for Here Integration for the Indoor mapping. Funny how that has not been released. Does that mean they will do it this week? Hey how you doing Rambo?

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    Are Apple and msft fighting for Here Mapping?

    by farhan8000 Oct 5, 2013 5:06 AM
    stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 9:30 PM Flag

    They have come out and announced they are not going to use Qualcomm chips? Where the hell do you people get this #$%$ from? It is integrated on Qualcomm Chips. If they want to use indoor mapping they will unless they want to use google indoor mapping? What billion devices is Qualcomm talking about? They publicly state that they use multiple map sources. Nokia has a cloud solution now and you cannot ignore indoor mapping just to use Tom Tom. Not unless you want to run Apple into the ground. If you have a Window Phone you walk into a mall and find The Gap on Here GPS. If you Have Apple you walk around trying to find the Directory. People will want the advance tech. That is why Nokia and Qualcomm have a deal. You think Nokia is going to let Apple have it free or lic. it? Cmon. I don't have time to read for Rmbo47. What the hell is this?

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    Are Apple and msft fighting for Here Mapping?

    by farhan8000 Oct 5, 2013 5:06 AM
    stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 9:22 PM Flag

    You have smart mouth. Why the hell would I want to give you a damn bit of info. Hey man I am not the one that said Microsoft will never buy Nokia maybe a 1000 times like you. Maybe you could spend less time making cheap shots since your track record is pretty bad. If Nokia & Qualcomm have made a deal for indoor mapping technology to be integrated into Qualcomm's Chips does Apple plan to be the only company not using the next revolution in mapping? They are not included in the 1 billion devices? I am guessing you will not have time to find the G dam answer yourself. Why the hell do I have to find it for you? It is been out there. Do the same thing you did and dispute this just like you did about Microsoft will never buy Nokia. You said that for 2 years. So start saying Apple will never lic. Here. Start the clock ticking.

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    Are Apple and msft fighting for Here Mapping?

    by farhan8000 Oct 5, 2013 5:06 AM
    stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 8:01 PM Flag

    Microsoft does not get in for free. They have to pay extra for Here and it is not exclusive. You would think there would be a guy or two who could write the IOS app (Still in working). There no Here Cloud Live Traffic Center will be Microsoft, Android & IOS. I should say will be as of this minute. They can make a deal that is where the fun of it is. Not to disagree with you but Apple is fighting for their lives not just fighting. THERE MAPS STILL COME IN DEAD LAST. The money is the thing that is holding Nokia back right now. Hopefully when they get it, they will still use someone's money other than their own. They are sitting on something much bigger than that 1020 camera with their maps. They are the only ones that have made a deal with a chip maker and that is Qualcomm. Quickest way into all the companies. Every day Nokia has the possibility of an announcement. Most people I talk to see something is brewing don't you?

  • stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 7:29 PM Flag

    This is a little more down to earth until they get the driverless car or assisted braking. Notice it is not just for Microsoft.

  • stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 7:27 PM Flag

    Even though many people now rely on their smartphones for navigation, there’s still a good argument for having a dedicated navigation system inside your car.

    That’s exactly what Nokia is betting on with its new connected car platform, Nokia Here Auto, which launched today.

    Here Auto builds upon Nokia’s many years of map creation (the company’s Navteq mapmaking cars are even geekier than Google’s Street View vehicles) by bringing its navigation data out of smartphones and directly into cars. Behind the scenes, a cloud service synchronizes your Nokia Here experience across your smartphone and car and gives you access to live maps, weather information, and real-time traffic data.

    “A really great solution to providing a real-time picture of what is happening everywhere didn’t exist, so we built one,” Nokia’s Pino Bonetti wrote in a blog post today. “Here Traffic now relies on a new data processing system that crunches traffic probes even faster and more accurately, integrating the growing volumes of higher-quality traffic probes with historic data, weather data, and more. With our traffic engine, you get more accurate travel time estimates, so you can better plan your routes and quickly reroute on the go.”

    Unlike smartphone-based navigation, Here Auto still functions when you’re completely offline. (Though having data is necessary for the cloud-powered features.)

    Nokia has developed a Here Auto companion apps for Windows Phone (naturally) and Android, while an iOS app is currently in the works. The company says Here Auto is already integrated with Continental’s Open Infotainment Platform, and it’s currently seeking out more partners.

  • stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 7:24 PM Flag

    Maybe I am not explaining it right. That is down the road a little but it might be a stock mover. What they have now is:

    The Noka Navigation Traffic Cloud. Yea first cloud Here. It is for Window, Andriod & THEY ARE WORKING ON AN IOS APP RIGHT NOW. Let me see if I got a clip of that so I do not have to try and explain it.

  • Connection - Nokia Car - EX Ford Man - New Microsoft CEO- Microsoft + Nokia + Ford = Nokia Car. They still have things brewing at least.

  • stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 6:38 PM Flag

    This that or the other thing pal. They do not have the money to be playing around in the lab working on a self driving car. They better announce who the hell is paying for the college tuition while they learn how to do it. I get it if they say in an agreement with Tesla. If they say we are making a Nokia Car, everyone is going to say what the hell.

  • stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 6:35 PM Flag

    How about a Nokia Car?

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    Are Apple and msft fighting for Here Mapping?

    by farhan8000 Oct 5, 2013 5:06 AM
    stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 6:34 PM Flag

    How the hell did you think the self driving and brake assisted cars where going to work?

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    Are Apple and msft fighting for Here Mapping?

    by farhan8000 Oct 5, 2013 5:06 AM
    stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 6:24 PM Flag

    That is not a car gps. It is too much for me, so I pasted it all.

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    by farhan8000 Oct 5, 2013 5:06 AM
    stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 6:24 PM Flag

    Before you get too excited I hear the money that this would take is like Tesla money MORE MONEY THAN NOKIA HAS. It has to have help from Goog/Apple/Microsoft/Tesla or other. Not a solo project because of funds.

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    Are Apple and msft fighting for Here Mapping?

    by farhan8000 Oct 5, 2013 5:06 AM
    stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 6:20 PM Flag

    Believe it or Not Get Ready for the NOKIA CAR.

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    Are Apple and msft fighting for Here Mapping?

    by farhan8000 Oct 5, 2013 5:06 AM
    stocktothemoon stocktothemoon Oct 5, 2013 6:19 PM Flag

    While maps are critical, there is a lot more that goes into a connected car. Nokia has years of experience integrating hardware, software and services – though Google recently gained similar expertise when it bought Motorola. Nokia also already comes with an OS known to the automakers, thanks to its tight-knit relationship with Microsoft.

    Many automakers, including Ford already use embedded versions of the Windows OS to run their infotainment systems. Nokia can build on a platform they’re already comfortable with.

    connected car logoBut the biggest factor in Nokia’s favor may be the fact it’s simply not Google, Apple or any other Silicon Valley interloper intruding on the automakers’ turf. Though some carmakers like Audi have already gotten in bed with Google Maps, and several more have signed on to work with Apple’s Siri Eyes Free voice interface, there’s a danger that by working with them carmakers will lose control of the connected car.

    Google’s services are essentially free to consumers – it makes its money through advertising. Apple is trying to trying to substitute Siri for the dashboard interface, and the company that controls the user interface controls what apps and services the driver accesses. The auto industry has traditionally maintained a tight hold on what services make it into the car. It’s accustomed to charging drivers for services they could get free on a PC or smart phone and controlling what apps drivers can use. Carmakers don’t want their cars to be dumb vessels for some other company’s apps.

    The automakers are a conservative bunch, but I believe they realize they have to become more open. They just don’t want to change as quickly as a company like Google wants. With Nokia, automakers have a comfortable relationship: Nokia sells them maps, and they in turn sell those maps to the driving public. If it can expand that model to other aspects of the connected car, then Nokia might be the exact partner the automakers are looking for.

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