Nokia unveiled N900, its first smart phone running on Linux software, aiming at improving its offering at the top end of the market.
“As Nokia announces the software platform that will drive its future services aspirations it created a dedicated solutions unit — the challenge will be to ensure that all these elements work in harmony in the face of fierce competition from Apple and Google,” said Ben Wood, head of research at CCS Insight.
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