How Nokia Can Knock the iPod From Its Perch

Alexander Dryer in Slate:

The bottom line? The N91 is a good music player and a superb phone.

The central premise here rings true: superior music-and-video-playing mobile phones are much more of a threat to the iPod than Microsoft’s Zune, and Nokia seems closer to “getting” Apple-level design than any other phone maker.

Wednesday, 25 October 2006