Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 11th Feb 2011 09:05 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless It's official. Dismissed as a silly rumour by many, Nokia and Micorsoft have just announced a very comprehensive partnership in which Windows Phone 7 will become Nokia's prime smartphone platform. It goes a lot deeper than that, though. Update: Qt will not be available for Windows Phone 7. Qt will remain the development platform for MeeGo and Symbian. Update II: During its Capital Market Day event, Elop confirmed Nokia will not make a comprehensive MeeGo product line. It will be a platform to learn from, but it won't become a competitive platform. Update III: Android was not an option because it would be difficult to differentiate there. Update IV: There will be 'substantial reductions in employment' in Finland and around the world. Also, before I forget, thanks Engadget for the live-blogging where I get this stuff from!
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RE[5]: Yay
by Morgan on Sat 12th Feb 2011 03:31 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Yay"
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It's not always the carrier who restricts updates though. Motorola dragged their ass with the 2.1 update for the Cliq, and when they finally did release it, it was a buggy, unstable pile of horse dung. T-Mobile had nothing to do with that, as the update (or lack of it) affected worldwide Motorola customers.

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