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Tag: February 11th

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What’s in an ecosystem?

What’s in an ecosystem?

| June 23, 2011 | 84 Replies

Now a lot of people took offense to my post about MeeGo, with quite a few saying that I was a Microsoft shill, Windows Phone fanboy, hated open source, a goon, know nothing about Open Source and quite a few other things that by and large demonstrated that they completely missed the point. Let me […]

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Anna? Belle? I don’t really want either- Do you?

Anna? Belle? I don’t really want either- Do you?

| June 22, 2011 | 70 Replies

After seeing MeeGo, and knowing full well that Windows Phone will eventually occupy the niche that Symbian (especially Symbian^3) inhabits coupled with the fact that S40 is now being given the Qt goodness, one has to wonder what Symbian’s place in the grand scheme of things is. Stephen Elop stated proudly at Nokia Connection that […]

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I love what I’ve seen of MeeGo; But….

I love what I’ve seen of MeeGo; But….

| June 22, 2011 | 125 Replies

I’d rather not bring this up right after some of us have seen what could easily be one of the most gorgeous and simultaneously functional user interfaces ever seen, but I’m not sure I’ll be getting a MeeGo device or more specifically, this device. Read on to hear why. Unlike Maemo which was the unruly […]

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Chief Technology Office Rich Green leaves Nokia

Chief Technology Office Rich Green leaves Nokia

| June 9, 2011 | 61 Replies

Well, here’s another name to scratch off the list of executives working for Nokia. It appears that Chief Technology Officer of Nokia since 2010 and a member of CEO Stephen Elop’s Leadership team is taking leave from the company, likely effective immediately. HS.Fi is reporting that he is likely be on leave until the earliest […]

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It’s all Elop fault right?

It’s all Elop fault right?

| May 31, 2011 | 66 Replies

Now listen, ┬ásome of you would like to blame Nokia’s nigh-dismal Q1 figures on the February 11th announcements or on Stephen Elop’s now hated “Burning Platform” memo and a few more still blame Microsoft from sending in their Trojan to take over Nokia’s mobile division in their mad quest to finally conquer the smartphone market […]

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