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5/24/2011 04:55 PM EDT
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Warren3   5/25/2011 6:09:40 PM
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And I think now and thought then you were probably right @KB3001... UNLESS something untoward is built into the agreement.

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goafrit   5/25/2011 6:03:41 PM
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Nokia is a dead dead animal. If they do not even have exclusivity in Windows, why did they commit? This is a bad thing for Nokia.

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KB3001   5/25/2011 8:12:34 AM
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I said it at the time, Nokia's decision to adopt Windows is akin to an act of suicide.

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eewiz   5/25/2011 6:10:08 AM
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"Acer Inc., Fujitsu Ltd. and ZTE Corp. will make smartphones using Windows Phone 7." I am wondering where does this leave Nokia, who sold their soul to MS WP7. I mean these manufacturers like Acer,ZTE are going to price their devices very low. So Nokia will have a tough time with low cost competition eating up their high end market.

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_hm   5/25/2011 4:26:21 AM
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Will WinPhone 7 run only on ARM processor? How much memory is required to run multiple applications efficiently ?

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