in case you believed otherwise...
"Let me be clear, Nokia’s phones are better than Apple’s, both in terms of physical and digital design. Supple, amiable, vibrant, and durable, the Lumia 800 and the slightly larger 900 are the new kings of smartphone design."
We have seen the Nokia Lumia take a few knocks in the past, however it has been taken one stage further or should I say 5 stages further to MACH 5!! So check out the video below!!
Office Mobile by itself is a game changer for Windows phones. Click on the link below to see the Office programs for the Windows phone. Then click on Android, iPhone/iPad to see what you can do. Almost nothing.
For the Windows phones:
With Microsoft Office Mobile you can create and edit Word documents and Excel workbooks, open and view PowerPoint slide shows, create notes with OneNote, and share documents with SharePoint.
Microsoft Office Mobile consists of the following:
• Microsoft Word Mobile
• Microsoft Excel Mobile
• Microsoft PowerPoint Mobile
• Microsoft OneNote Mobile
• Microsoft SharePoint Workspace Mobile
"Looming on the horizon is Windows 8, the latest incarnation of Microsoft's iconic, and lucrative, operating system. It is designed, at least in part, to be the bridge between the desktop, the tablet and the mobile phone, says Fernando Alvarez, Mobile Solutions Practice Leader for Capgemini.
Windows 8, says Mr. Alvarez, shares much of the same look-and-feel as Windows Phone. "People are looking for a seamless user experience," he said.
"If they [Microsoft] do what they told us they will, and what they have shown, and can take it to the levels of scalability, I think it is a game changer."
Now, says Mr. Alvarez, in theory at least (and he cautions against being too optimistic) if Microsoft can deliver Windows 8 on tablets and PCs, then it makes the jump to Windows Phone much smaller for consumers, enterprise users and, importantly, developers.
All of a sudden Mr. Elop's talk of a thriving ecosystem starts to look rather more realistic. After all, Microsoft has a huge community of developers building applications for its Windows platform.
If—and it is a big if—Microsoft can deliver on its promises on Windows 8, then Mr. Elop's decision to throw his lot in with Microsoft could start to look smart in a few years time."