Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has once again stepped to the forefront to defend and define the Finnish cell phone manufacturer's decision to run Windows Phone 7 as its primary mobile platform.
The most recent in a series of appearances came today at Qualcomm's Uplinq conference in San Diego, Calif. There, Elop described why Nokia chose to avoid the Google Android bandwagon and sided with Microsoft instead.
Ecosystems are where the mobile battle is now, Elop said, instead of simply devices.
"Our strategic premise at Nokia is that there is an opportunity for a third and competitive ecosystem … Read more