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Nokia Borrows iMovie Loop For Microsoft Partnership Announcement

If Nokia’s recent announcement to partner with Microsoft wasn’t enough to stir up the #fail hashtags on Twitter, leave it to the Apple geeks to point out that Nokia is using their biggest competitor’s theme in their recent announcement. While Apple’s audio loops are royalty free, it’s still amusing to see a competitor using the Macbook theme (Pendulum) in their Microsoft get-together. Check out what Adrian Boioglu from has dug up after the break.

We have to admit iMovie is pretty great editing software.

[, via AppleInsiderThe Next Web]

Update: Updated with the article with the appropriate original source.

Editors note: banner image via gomonews

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