Nokia, the largest (by market share) mobile phone manufacturer, has announced its purchase of Twango.
Twango offers online photo and video sharing capabilities. Nokia plans to integrate the service into its mobiles. Some of the new services will be free whereas others will be paid for subscriptions / pay per use. Is this a result of the Apple iPhone launch (over 600,000 sold in a week at a profit of over $250m for Apple alone) and simply a "me too" knee jerk or do they really have along term plan to bring the mobile internet up to the 21st century (like the industry promised with WAP and 3G).
Only time will tell.