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Nokia: You know there’s rouble when you are having trouble winning even when you’re the home team. Handsets from Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) those running Android are outselling Nokia (NYSE: NOK) smartphones in Nordic countries, according to the MD of Swedish handset distributor Mobile 20:20 speaking to the Finnish daily paper Kauppalehti. Around one quarter of all sales are for Android devices; Apple has a 14 percent share. The MD did also point out that Nokia’s N8, when it first debuted, sold well. (via Bloomberg)

PapayaMobile/LG: The mobile social gaming portal, with offices in Beijing and Silicon Valley, says that has inked a deal with LG (SEO: 066570) to preinstall its app on all LG Android handsets shipping in China in 2011. PapayaMobile is free to access but users must buy virtual currency to play PapayaMobile’s games. (via email) The cloud-based music platform, which specializes in DJ mixes and live recordings, has launched a series of mobile apps, its first move into mobile content. The apps are for three different platforms: Apple’s iOS, Android and Windows Phone 7, and are priced at €2.99 each, let users access about 30,000 different tracks. (via release)

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