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Nokia Employees Walk Out Of Work In Protest Of The Microsoft Deal

Things are not looking good at Nokia today, CEO Elop is getting ready to hand out the pink slips thanks to the new-found partnership with Microsoft. In protest, some are walking out of work. Many are upset at Nokia’s decision to kill Symbian, so they take to the street in a non-violent disapproval demonstration.

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michass84764d ago

Nokia is doing what has to be done. 'Killing' Symbian is necessary move to stay on the market.
It is absolutely bad news for the employees (developers), so good luck for them.

jidery4763d ago

It sucks that they are getting fired, its also a shame to see symbian die off, it used to be huge. I really think a lot of these employes are going to get picked up by apple and google, maybe even microsoft to improve their operating systems.

Now the next one to die IMO, MeeGo.

-Mezzo-4764d ago

Go "Mubarak" Go, Oh Wait.

i think this is a good Move by Nokia, Symbian should have died about 2 years before, but i guess better late than never. I'm not a big fan of Windows Phone 7 but it would take it over Symbian on any given day.

T3MPL3TON 4763d ago

Can't stay in the past forever.

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Microsoft's Gaming Shake-up: 1900 Job Cuts, Senior Execs Exit Xbox and Blizzard

Microsoft is laying off more employees, a new round after they cut thousands last year. It seems like many big tech companies are doing the same.

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Apple's Bold Move to Train LLM on Trendsetting News

Amidst the AI frenzy of 2023, major players like Google, Microsoft, and Meta are in the spotlight, launching their own generative AI systems.

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Microsoft launches app for iPhone users to use iMessage on PC

Microsoft has made it easy for iPhone users to check their mobile updates on Windows-enabled computers.

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