Nokia CEO (and former Microsoft executive) Stephen Elop has told Reuters that the mobile phone giant has begun work on the first smartphones based on Microsoft’s software.
The tidbit of news comes about a month after the Finland-based company announced the partnership with Microsoft along with a series of management and organizational changes. → Read More
Google VP Vic Gundotra raised some eyebrows with his apparently ‘brilliant’ tweet commenting on the Nokia / Microsoft partnership that was announced this morning.
#feb11 “Two turkeys do not make an Eagle”, the man tweeted. Yes, well, Gundotra, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop says two bicycle makers from Dayton, Ohio, one day decided to fly. → Read More
Evelyn Rusli, Contributor
September 15th, 2010
In rapid succession, Nokia has ousted its CEO, 30-year Nokia veteran Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, appointed a new CEO, Stephen Elop, a Microsoft executive from the enterprise software side, and seen the departure of Anssi Vanjoki, head of mobile solutions and one-time CEO candidate.
The upheaval in Espoo, Finland is a clear sign that the hardware-centric company, which has perfected the art of the $15… → Read More