Nokia Ditches Symbian For Windows Phone 7


Nokia announced that its partnering with Microsoft to run the Windows Phone 7 OS on Nokia smartphones. Symbian developers were told to prepare for a new mobile operating system after the deal is complete. Nokia hopes the deal will help them compete with its biggest competition iOS and Android.  Read the full article at

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