you may already know this. just in case --
"Windows phone does allow you to turn off this feature along with many other keyboard settings.
Navigate to settings.
Tap on “keyboard”.
Tap on the language for which you want to turn off auto correct.
Clear the option “Correct misspelled words”.
The app story that tech sites cite are nonsense. The Lumia 920 red and yellow colors were magical, something about them that still feel vibrant and hippy...romantic hippy. But the iOS simple design, integration and reach...was the allure I couldn't stay away however hard I tried to be an early adopter of windows OS. What is your thought about S6 giving the iPhone 6 a competition? Currently long on AAPL and concerned about the S6 into the iPhone 6 customer segment. Looks very compelling alternative if priced right
Sold a couple thousand................hoping to possibly buy back in a couple weeks...........we shall see grasshopper, we shall see. I want to be back in before 1st qtr. report, and of course before the announcement of any settlement with Samsung.......Survey says!!!!!!!!! genius or idiot............?? To be determined another day.
I bought a 920 on launch day. I'm still using it. If the 930 were available on AT&T, I would check it out. I would personally like to see a 1020 replacement that includes wireless charging.
I wonder why this post has so many thumbs down.
someone loading up today and close above 8.1 today would be nice. Once news comes out we could see 8.3-8.5 range
I'm sure some kind of loss has been baked into NOK's share price for a while. No way to tell what expectations are though. Maybe ANY sale at all will be a positive. Just cleaning up the exit from D&S could be good for the stock and any price at all would be a positive.
Smith, I agree with you. If apple had more brains than pride, they should buy or associate with NOK.
Ease of use, reliability, durability, security.
MSFT with their lack of commitment may have missed the boat.
I still fret with arcane MS stuff but love my NOK. Tablet and phones.
I know Nokia is out of the handset business but I still have a romantic attachment to the brand. Even the Microsoft Lumias still have the old Nokia DNA in their design. I used every version of Windows Mobile since before WinCE and always found a reason to walk away disappointed. But WP8 was the first Microsoft mobile os that actually got some things right. Cortana's Bluetooth car integration is the best anywhere - it piddles on Siri - and the WP8 People Hub is the smartest iteration of contact management + social in the business. Lots to love, and the "app gap" is not a big deal for me as I've never been an app hound. Give me my Starbucks app and I'm straight.
I agree with you about Suri - he really knows his stuff.
Another takeaway that was intriguing was his assertion that it could be network creators (like Nokia) that would be disrupting the markets of the IT industry (Google? Apple?) rather than vice versa. And the reasoning behind this was the centrality of the network to the programmable world and the need for things to be super-reliable and super fast. He said that Nokia etc. operate at these levels but that the IT world doesn't.