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Microsoft picks up Nokia business unit, licences
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Microsoft has announced its intent to acquire Nokia's devices & services business and licence its patents and mapping services.
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Mircosoft and Nokia decide to go down together. Both have shown a remarkable lack of understanding. Microsoft never undersood mobile, dating back to my talks with them in 1997
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Mircosoft and Nokia decide to go down together. Both have shown a remarkable lack of understanding. Microsoft never undersood mobile, dating back to my talks with them in 1997
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Everyone knows that Microsoft's future has been in danger, nowadays, the global PC sales have dropped nearly 10%, developing markets faster than that of America to mobile devices. Microsoft in the mobile market has been the eternal loser, slow response to the market, not to change pattern of the product, it is now only 3% of the market in the United States.《Forbes 》spokeswoman says we can expect from the ballmer, led by Microsoft will invest more resources to iOS and android with mobile market leader fight for market share, it is impossible to win the war.smileypcb
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