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The Verge: For its era, what was the greatest smartphone of all time?

The Verge: For its era, what was the greatest smartphone of all time?

| September 12, 2014 | 38 Replies

In a recent article over at The Verge, Chris Ziegler declared the Nokia N95 as the best smartphone of that era. What era? Roughly 2006 – 2007 and I’ll throw in 2008 for good measure. A quick glance through the comments shows that smartphone newcomers or users that began using smartphones either at or after the launch […]

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Bias: The killer of innovation, the dasher of dreams, the destroyer of hope and something that MUST be put down!

Bias: The killer of innovation, the dasher of dreams, the destroyer of hope and something that MUST be put down!

| July 19, 2013 | 188 Replies

Dear MNB readers, Before I start, let me put out a disclaimer: This article is LONG…over 3,500 words. It is a subject that I feel strongly about and if you would afford me the space to write about it and some of your time in joining the discussion, I thank you in advance. If so, you may […]

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Poll: IF Nokia Smartphones could have ANY but only ONE OS, which should it be?

Poll: IF Nokia Smartphones could have ANY but only ONE OS, which should it be?

| December 22, 2010 | 48 Replies

A frequent suggestion in blog comments relating to Nokia is to go with Android/WP7 and when it was available, to go buy Palm for WebOS. Why? Nokia has in house, Symbian and Maemo, the latter of which has become MeeGo – though the phone side has no presence on the market since there are no […]

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Nokia to buy Palm…rumours resurface…again.

Nokia to buy Palm…rumours resurface…again.

| November 14, 2009 | Reply

Bloomberg reports that Palm Inc stock prices have surged after yet more rumours of a Nokia take over. Nokia have too much on their plate already without having to look after another division of handsets using WebOS. Would Nokia scrap Symbian and Maemo and integrate WebOS into their portfolio? Erm, no. There’s simply too much […]

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