What might Nokia think about the investors’ intellectual capabilities when they made this early announcement?
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
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Friday, February 11, 2011
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I bought my first Nokia in 1995 when GSM was still grizzling and battery life was about 30 minutes. I bought my first Communicator in 1999 and was e-mailing with astonishing facility from the Brick. I got my N95 swiss knife in 2007. It took me about two days to learn how to use it but that time was well spent. Now I got almost free 5230 which is doing its job. My next phone will not be a Windows 7 or whatsoever. I feel strangely ashamed and deeply disgusted. It is difficult to explain. I mean, the loser selects a sucker, Nokia marries with Microsoft. What next for me, an Apple? Beurk. an Android? Google is evil. I’ll need to stick up with Chinese Symbian clones then. What the heck, why should I worry, I got no shares, anyway. But still – I feel sad to see how the modern industry does not have any values and shamelessly kick out a couple of thousand engineers. And how many of past M$ telecom partners have been successful? Motorola? LG? I say, a Kiss of Death!
Friday, December 5, 2008
In my ongoing saga on my excellent, unbranded Nokia N95 smartphone : Now the PC Suite’s Nokia Software Updater (NSU) announced that firmware version 31.0.014 is available. I have been thinking to switch to N96 but after the announcement of N97 I guess that it is really not worth of it. Therefore I thought that since I need to keep the Good Old Faithful alive still for awhile, I would give the latest upgrade a go. (more…)
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
Since a few months now I have been waiting Nokia to come up with a v20.0.015 firmware upgrade for my Orange (France) branded Nokia N95. The upgrade is available for non-branded N95 for a while now. I wanted to test the new version of the native browser so badly that I unbranded my phone and forced the upgrade. (more…)