Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 29th Jul 2013 21:19 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Nokia's vice president Bryan Biniak: "We are trying to evolve the cultural thinking [at Microsoft] to say 'time is of the essence'. Waiting until the end of your fiscal year when you need to close your targets, doesn't do us any good when I have phones to sell today." Later Biniak adds: "As a company we don't want to rely on somebody else and sit and wait for them to get it right." There was a simple solution to this problem.
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RE[2]: Stop whining!
by gagol on Tue 30th Jul 2013 05:18 UTC in reply to "RE: Stop whining!"
gagol
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If Nokia strength is on hardware, the bad news here is it became a commodity some time ago. On a software side of things, open-source is sailing winds those days with few exception. The thing is, they sailed away from their core competence long ago and took ages to realize it. Too bad, I had more Nokias than anything else before but I am not in the market anymore... good luck with that.

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