Nokia will be selling Windows Phone applications from its own marketplace, with Symbian applications sharing space on the Nokia store shelves until 2016 at the least. Nokia has been reiterating its commitment to Symbian, with CEO Stephen Elop promising that the company will be supporting applications and issuing software updates …
Handbags at dawn...
Last software vendor to try this with Samsung was walked off the premises and all of their IPR was ripped out of the Samsung product line in less than a year.
I really, really would not do that if I was MSFT...
Nice new icons by the way.
Sony supported Beta for quite a while as well...
...It didn't change the outcome one bit.
Elop being interviewed by Nokia...
... is completely valueless, like asking Alex Ferguson who he expects to win the Champions' League.
... 'Ailuopuzaifangzhongguozhongshentiaozhanzhexintaihuhuanyingcaijiamengtouluguanyusymbiandemimi' as my screen name.
Nokia, we know you want Microsoft to give you a ring and say I do. We also know they do software and let's just say it hasn't been your main focus. Of course it's a good fit for you but the question is; are they really that into you?
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