Microsoft says no to Nokia name in CNET UK Podcast 386

Microsoft appears to be planning a name change for Nokia. We explain why that's a terrible idea -- plus we take on Apple's latest dig at Samsung.

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It's a scientific fact that in a nuclear holocaust, the only things to survive would be cockroaches and old Nokias. But Nokia may not survive being absorbed by Microsoft, which reportedly plans to rename the venerable Finnish company Microsoft Mobile. Hit play on the podcast to find out why that's a terrible, terrible idea.

Microsoft says no to Nokia name in CNET UK Podcast 386

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