Still smarting from being snubbed by Google to join the OHA (Open Handset Alliance)Nokia is hard at work fighting back. Unlike Google they are taking a different approach by purchasing other companies and dumping money into developing them, rather than hoping developers write software for their OS. You can read the complete article here on Today@PC World. Does this mean Nokia will never become a member of the OHA? My guess is not any time soon. A shame really, but never say never. My guess is that Google and Nokia will eventually find a reason to make nice. Nokia is the largest handset manufacturer in the world, owning some 39% market share, and that could translate into a lot more handsets running Google’s Android.
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