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  • Andreas Hopf
    $NOK $MSFT been there before. Poor Microsoft has to beg for OEMs http://bit.ly/1mayU4m
    Jan 16, 8:14 AM
    Reply (7)
    • Andreas Hopf: No wonder, after the lackluster Kantar and Comscore figures showing how WP stalls after Nokia is now being phased out.
      Jan 16, 8:15 AM
    • mitrado: They should've waited until WP grabbed more market share to buy $NOK. If they ruin Nokia they might as well throw W. Phone into a trashcan.
      Jan 16, 9:54 AM
    • mitrado: I think they've rushed into buying $NOK. Nokia's sales were growing well... and now I fear $MSFT will kill that momentum completely.
      Jan 16, 9:55 AM
    • Andreas Hopf: I still wonder why either 1. Microsoft thought licensing "Nokia" for smart devices is not necessary or 2. Nokia did not want to license it.
      Jan 16, 10:28 AM
    • Andreas Hopf: Here in Europe, Nokia's devices are disappearing from shops and those that were in the process of finally taking them in abstained. So sad.
      Jan 16, 10:29 AM
    • sidiji: No longer relevant to nokia seeing as how the division is now sold to msft...good luck to msft, nokia is become very attractive cash cow
      Jan 16, 12:09 PM
    • Andreas Hopf: Wishful thinking. The "cash cow" has run out of milk since 31st October 2013. Do Europeans and Asians want "MicroPhones"? I think not.
      Jan 16, 12:26 PM