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t.alex
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Re: Will Nokia Rise Again?
t.alex   5/28/2011 5:56:58 AM
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Susan, nokia computer? My reaction was 'no way' :)

Susan Fourtané
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Re: Will Nokia Rise Again?
Susan Fourtané   5/19/2011 5:38:19 AM
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Kunmi, disregarding on what other sources Nokia might explore, the company's original principles and values should remain the same. That was always a good charactistic about Nokia. Nokia is looking at bad examples. 

-Susan

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Re: Will Nokia Rise Again?
Kunmi   5/18/2011 9:39:16 AM
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There is still room for diversification in business if they have the means to do it. One product line may not last for eternity but to remain a viable company, Nokia has to explore other sources.

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Re: Will Nokia Rise Again?
Susan Fourtané   5/14/2011 2:28:35 PM
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Good point, Alex!

Let me put it this way, what would you think if tomorrow Nokia annouces that it's going to launch a Nokia computer? 

The traditional competition has been Apple vs. Microsoft. As Apple has the iPhone it seems like Microsoft needs to compete there, too, with a mobile OS. 

-Susan 

t.alex
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Re: Will Nokia Rise Again?
t.alex   5/14/2011 4:47:36 AM
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Susan,

The question can be more generic "Is Windows mobile OS good fit for mobile phone?" I guess the answer can be based on  the current market share of Microsoft in mobile world..

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Re: Will Nokia Rise Again?
Susan Fourtané   5/8/2011 9:03:42 AM
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Yes, Alex. But not only an OS that supports the applications but also that works well and responds as a perfect OS. Do you think Windows OS is the perfect OS for Nokia? 

-Susan 

t.alex
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Re: Will Nokia Rise Again?
t.alex   5/7/2011 4:04:30 AM
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Mobile phone is becoming more of a commodity. Nowadays what really differentiate them are the operating system which support wide variety of apps running on it. 

Susan Fourtané
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Re: Will Nokia Rise Again?
Susan Fourtané   5/2/2011 3:29:51 PM
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Backorder,

Nokia has never been a computer/tablet company. Nokia is a mobile phone company. Why Nokia would change into a computer company all of a sudden? 

-Susan 

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Re: Recovering from obscurity
Eldredge   5/2/2011 10:42:25 AM
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Agreed - it will take some innovation on Nokias' part to rebound.

t.alex
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Re: Recovering from obscurity
t.alex   5/2/2011 10:39:36 AM
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I think the problem with Nokia is its complacency with mobile phone/smart phones for so long. It should have try out other products as well. With Microsoft partnership, will it produce just-another-smart-phone?

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