AnonD-1227, 07 Mar 2011It's difficult to understand why Nokia don't adopt Android along with Windows phone 7 like oth... moreI find it puzzling too. They could offer Android and WP7 on their lineup just like Samsung, HTC, and LG. I'm blaming the CEO and his not so hidden agenda.
seems to me Nokia's doing what it's gotta do to trim the fat. One of those things was apparently the license management side of Qt.
We'll see whether it all pays off for them, but I agree with the below: SE is a good alliance so "Micronok" could work too.
It's difficult to understand why Nokia don't adopt Android along with Windows phone 7 like other manufacturers. Fans want it, general users want it, Nokia will have more customers and will sell more. It would have been a win win win situation. Mind puzzling.
micronokia or nokiasoft ? ..i woander ..couse nokia it's gona as a company forever..make no mistrake aboupt that ..by the way what is nokia?..aren t they dead yet:-?
Commercial licensing has nothing to do with Symbian development. Qt is also used to create software for PC or other embedded devices and my guess is that most of those 3500 commercial clients are using Qt for something else than mobile development. So no, this does not affect the Symbian/MeeGo developers in any way.
Elop is greatest leader ever.I'm really happy with my new Nokia N8. I hope one day i could meet with Elop so i can throw my N8 into his face.
- here i can not see a good comment for nokia
oh why.. oh why.
Nokia used to be the best but now Nokia gone with wind.
The same story that we saw with PALM. We all know what was the real end of the company.
What are you doing to yourself?
nokia is going down
i would of loved to see nokia jump on the android band wagon, am pretty by doing that there sales would improve.
the Doctor has officially announced death of Nokia! Time of death:Stephen Elop's appointment time!
bye bye Nokia :)
AnonD-291, 07 Mar 2011i guess nokia should sell itself off to microsoft. problem is : Microsoft dont wish to buy Nokia :)
i guess nokia should sell itself off to microsoft.
Thanks, Stephen Elop.