On yesterdays edition of MarketFoolery, Motley Fool analysts react to Nokia's announcement that it will be entering into a digital mapping agreement with Oracle.

Jason Moser and Austin Smith believe that with ever-improving competition from better operators lincluding Google and Apple, the potential for Nokia to really make its maps division a meaningful profit-driver will be difficult, but possible. The division carries higher margins, but the company must reinvest substantially in R&D to keep the business viable.

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