Check the article link below for speculation about the “leak,” and the source video for a compelling preview of Nokia’s first Windows Phone. I believe Stephen Elop has creatively adapted Apple modus operandi; why pay for PR and advertising when a well-placed “leak” is much more effective (assuming you have products/services/other news people actually care about, of course)?
Stephen Elop seems to suffer as many unfortunate events as Lemony Snicket when it comes to keeping Nokia’s business private.
First there was his “burning platform” memo that leaked in February and now the Web is ablaze with the chief executive’s failed attempt to keep Nokia’s first Windows phone under wraps.
But perhaps we are not giving him his due.
Nokia’s series of unfortunate leaks | FT Tech Hub | FTtechhub - Industry analysis – FT.com
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