Sunday, May 16, 2010

Mobile Services and Gadgets

blackThere was a long silence. Blackberry was not supposed to be a threat to the connecting people engineers until Barack Obama made it clear that he was using one. Big blow.

There was dead silence for several years when Apple introduced the iPhone. That wasn’t supposed to be more than a one per cent nuisance. Temporarily the estimate of Steven Jobs as a mister no-body in the mobile phones sphere  was very correct. But there was no iPhone killer the first, not the second and third year.

Now, most of the consumers understand that the Symbian operating system might be the big problem. For the remaining part of this blog posting I try to figure out what Nokia has to do.

To make a long story short, they really have to listen to their users and accept that Apple and Google have some things in their touchable phones that Connecting People can’t produce or even understand. And Blackberry is also a very profitable cell phone supplier.

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