Sunday, December 13, 2009

In the Smartphone Era, Can Nokia Recapture Its Glory Days? - NYTimes.com

A stark Nokia reality check.  Tangentially, I wouldn’t be surprised to see RIM acquired sometime soon.

Nokia’s problems are especially acute in North America, where its hold on smartphones equals a barely visible 3.9 percent, compared with 51 percent for Research in Motion and 29.5 percent for Apple, according to Gartner. As if to underscore its problems in the United States, Nokia announced Thursday that it would shutter its flagship stores in New York and Chicago.

In the Smartphone Era, Can Nokia Recapture Its Glory Days? - NYTimes.com

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