Kevin J. O’Brien, reporting for the NYT:
Nokia on Thursday posted a loss of €969 million in the third
quarter, citing sharply declining sales of its smartphones as
customers await the introduction of a generation of handsets
running a newer version of the Windows operating system.
This tweet from Stefan Constantine encapsulates the deep hole Nokia is in:
Verizon sold more iPhones to Americans than Nokia sold Windows
Phones to the world.
★ Thursday, 18 October 2012