Monday, March 16, 2009

Computer Makers Prepare to Stake Bigger Claim in Phones - NYTimes.com

Another timely convergence reality check – see the full article for details

With smartphones and PCs taking on many of the same functions, there is certainly a fear among PC makers that if they do not get into cellphones, cellphone makers will start building PCs. Acer has characterized the smartphone business as a volatile battlefield, saying it needs to fire first and go after the cellphone makers before they come after it. Indeed, Nokia, the world’s largest cellphone maker, has said it is weighing whether to get into the PC business.

Computer Makers Prepare to Stake Bigger Claim in Phones - NYTimes.com

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