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Great post and on the mark. I agree that Nokia has to poop or get off the pot. They have to decide to buy and OS or build one from ground up and doing this in one quick hurry. I would love to see the iPhone OS running on a real phone. The possibilities would be almost endless. I am not a programmer so I can not say for sure how flexible Symbian is in the long run. From one side, developers say that it is dead while others say there is plenty of life left but it needs to be...
Next time post the disclaimer: "No talking about other phone brands allowed in this thread" and I will know the rules of the game.
Good point. For sure. Symbian has been showing its age. My friends in Nokia say that the powers that be are listening and trying to adapt. Considering that no one company has a lock on brain power they all are looking at what the other guy is doing and trying to make it fit. This is true of Apple copying from SE, SE from Nokia, Nokia from Apple, etc.... Hopefully in the end us consumers will be the clear winner.
The buyout was just completed a month or two again so we will have to see how things shake out in the next few months. Now that Symbian is Open Source, developers should flock to it as this is where they will make much of their money. I think CNET mentioned this today or yesterday. I will try to find the article. If Nokia has a successful launch of the N97 the way the 5800XM (minus the colossal US launch screw up), they should be in very good shape market wise. The N97 is...
You are pretty much correct. They are losing market shares to LG (I think), Samsung, Apple, SE (not so much) in the Smartphone market, but there are many definitions of a smartphone. One man's smartphone is another man's multi-media player that can make phone calls. For sure Nokia is going to lose market share but the market is very much fragmented. Apple is not going to just march in and sweep up. If this were true Apple should be running away with it all now but as I...
Fanboy. That's rich coming from Apple's number 1 cheerleader. The article was talking about enterprise phones and how the iPhone is moving into this arena. To mention Nokia in this milieu is appropriate as they too are well entrenched in the corporate spaces. You mentioned Nokia and corporate America, and I corrected you. Not to mention the fact that Nokia, SE and a few others will be dropping new phones around the same time Apple will release 3.0, so there will be quite a...
They exist to some extent but the fact that their footprint is rather small and they are still number 1 says quite about about their global reach. Hate to break this to you but there are other countries in the world. Maybe you should get a passport and travel to a few and you would know. Just a thought.... Nokia could stop selling phones completely in the US and still be number 1. Apple canät say the same. One very, very important fact to remomber is that there are...
Actually I do not think he is breaking the rules simply because he can not get access without certain devices needed to create and pass tokens. He is just trying to show off for some people in this forum and he got called on it. He will not show up to try to defend himself. He knows his cover was blown and his story was crapola.
Spot on and not to mention that extra batteries are handed out with the handsets.
How about fib teller, or story embellisher, either way, he was not telling the truth. As I mentioned in my previous posts, personal devices are not allowed on gov't networks. EVER. I can not be more clearer than that. EVER ! To be granted access to even an unclass network, you have to sign docs, go to classes explaining that you will not put your personal device on the network and if you are in violation of this policy, you are subject to some nasty juju. Forgot to...
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