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Submission + - How Microsoft's Lack of Innovation is Killing Nokia (ibtimes.co.uk) 1

DavidGilbert99 writes: Nokia is struggling, and not because it is making bad smartphones, but because it made a bad choice two-and-a-half years ago. It is stuck with Windows Phone and according to Ian Fogg from IHS Screen Digest Microsoft is to blame for the failure of the platform: "[Windows Phone] has changed fairly little since Windows Phone 7 launched back in August 2010, and the difference between Windows Phone and Android, or Windows Phone and the iPhone in [terms of] software has widened in that period, not narrowed. One of Nokia's biggest challenges is that Microsoft is not innovating quickly enough." Worrying times for the Finnish company...
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