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Microsoft Buying Nokia

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Sep 2, 2013, 11:03 PM

It may be labor day but...

It's business as usual in the mobile industry. My god! First Vodafone sells back it's shares to Verizon and now this???!!! What's next? Samsung buying LG. Crazy Shocked
Quite improbable.
LG is one of the two big companies in korea, they make electronics in genera.
As well, many (most) cellphone manufacturers use LG displays on their phones (apple's retina display is made by LG).

I wonder if microsoft will be abl...
Rusty Shackleford

Sep 5, 2013, 9:07 AM

Buy stock in cardboard box manufacturers, UPS, and Fed Ex

This sounds to me like a perfect reason to buy stock in in cardboard box manufacturers, UPS, and Fed Ex because Microsoft has taken their philosophy of releasing unreliable product from the software realm to the hardware realm. Microsoft actually ran out of boxes to ship warranty replacement xbox 360s due to the hardware problems that plagued that device, and no matter how many millions (if not billions) were lost with defects on that device Microsoft stubbornly refused to correct the issue and it wasn't corrected until a major hardware revision came along.

The way I see it, Nokia-branded phones are going to look nice and have a slick LOOKING OS but they are bound to be horribly unreliable.
It was 1.1billion dollars. But, Microsoft fixed that problem with a newer model of the 360. So just dont buy the first round of new nokia phones ;).

Sep 3, 2013, 3:23 PM

Microsoft buys Nokia

Didn't we see this before when they ought Palm. Whats different this time?
The difference is HP bought Palm, not Microsoft.

Sep 4, 2013, 10:42 AM

Not Gonna End Well

-_-, just when Nokia was getting good.

Sep 3, 2013, 3:47 AM

Mafia racket

Drive it into the ground until you own it.
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