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Nokia set to shutter MOSH, direct thrashers to Ovi

Darren Murph
03.21.09
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Nokia never put an awful lot of marketing dollars behind its MOSH (MObile SHaring) initiative, but it still managed to reach millions. By and large, it was completely unchecked and unmoderated, enabling users to share all sorts of positive and negative content without Nokia poking around to see what was what. At long last, the mostly underground service is scheduled to be shut down, and it'll be a much more scrutinized Ovi taking over. As of now, there is no definite end date for MOSH, but there's no question that it'll be canned soon. So yeah, you should probably head on over and get one last fix while you still can -- who knows if Ovi will satisfy the same way.

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