Stephen Elop Kicks Off New Position at Microsoft with a Q&A Session

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Granite

With MS's stated goal of integrating devices at all levels into one general OS, their presence in the PC, console and tablet markets, this move to acquire Nokia and bring it into the MS family is a great...and necessary...move. Over time, they have the ability to provide consumers with good, useful devices that work seamlessly with anything anyone decides to buy.

I think this will work very well for them.

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ram1220

This is a joke right?

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Granite

Not a joke at all. You've kept up with MS's reveals about the direction they are going, haven't you? This Nokia buy falls right in line with that and it's a good move for them.

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RUSENSITIVESWEETNESS

The viral marketing he trolls out is the joke, yes.

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RUSENSITIVESWEETNESS

Did anyone ask if Windows 9 would also be a smart phone OS?

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Mikey109105

If it's related to MS, I don't want it. Unless it's Windows XP or Windows 7, the two best OS's I've ever had.

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Guisano

I'll miss what was once the most reliable phone on the market. MS will ensure that reliability is on par with that of ME and Vista.

So sad.

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ram1220

They might as well call it the Windoze Flop phone.