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With the press a buzz about a possible NOKIA Corp. bankruptcy filing. This thread was created to discuss the probability of such an event.
As they say.. No one would ever wish for a train wreck. But, if there is going to be one, people will line up to watch.
On September 6th, Nokia revealed it's next generation Windows Phone 8 Smartphone with revolutionary Optical Image Stabilization Technology. Too bad that the footage displayed came from SOME OTHER COMPANIES "revolutionary stabilization technology", which Nokia implied was actually in their product.
As some say... Good Artists Copy.... Great Artists STEAL...
Anssi Vanjoki, Nokia's executive Vice President and General Manager of Multimedia, stated at Nokia's GoPlay event in 2007 when asked about the similarities of Nokia's new offerings to the already released iPhone:"If there is something good in the world, we copy with pride." True to this quote, Nokia has demonstrated its willingness to copy Apple's iPhone ideas as well as Apple's basic computing technologies, all while demanding Apple pay for access to Nokia's purported standards essential patent.
We've seen this type of marketing hype before with the N7.
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