Here's the question to all of this:
Is this company dumb enough not know if their product is patent-able? I doubt it
Do they have lawyers looking in to this matter prior to those expensive trials? If they don't, see no 1
Is that Author in SA (or small pharma analyst) qualified enough to post his claims? Let's review all the - qualifications of ACHN - -- . directors
If none of these are correct then ACHN in nothing but a shell company. Do you think it is?
Do Your DD.
Watch out for this baby to run continuously after the new year. No debt, 60 mil on hand, 10 mil OS just bought out their rights from South America, central America Sosuth Africa & Israel... Watch out for product recognition in Germany by April. Trading at $6.25 ........This is a no brainer
Nokia is still a company to be recon with. Nokia as far as I know is also ramping up monetizing their patent. What excites me about Nokia right now is their rights on a particular technology being developed by Bristol Univ.. Their stamp partnership in R&D with Intel tells me that there is something cooking about the Quantum Computer. They have something on their sleeves.
Yes, Rmbo47 was our board rat before heheehe but he is also so knowledgeable that he's research is also helpfull....I was surprise you are still here. I also saw Frenchie posting.
Have you checked Quantum Computer from Bristol Univ. lately? Intel needs to collaborate with NOK on this. Quantum PC is very close in reaching our desks. I presume.
Jolla phone is running on Sailfish. An operating system w/c is a development of the open source MeeGo platform originally developed by Nokia loaned to Jolla. They are doing so well and expanding their market to other countries, They are now even marketing in Russia where Nokia phones are very much loved.
Currently they are developing a Jolla tablet.
I don't have Nokia share at the moment after turning a huge profit on this investment when everyone thinks it is on it's phase for Bankruptcy (Ask Rambo47 :) ).
However, I think it is getting close for Nokia to be sexy again & move it's share price to the next level.
HERE is doing fine with Android (if I recollect it is still only available for Samsung Galaxy). Lots of people like it. It's map allows users to use it offline. It's mapping will take shape to profitability soon according to my sources.
Cheers investors!!!!! Don't allow Rambo47's negativity get in to you.
Hey Rambo Did you get AA???? LOL
Hey dummy, you don't only need to upgrade your economic 101 you also have to learn how to use the net....LOL
This fibonacci retracement is in your favour, after this consolidation your is mine and so are the spots of dead cat bounce......
Hey dummy!! been playing this gold mine since $5.00 early 2009 capitalizing the high & low, not that I am too smart, but I am proud to say your bragging is chump change...hahahahaha....Today I cashed out a 2 day play of $1.05 profit could have been more. There's the math lesson for you....perhaps its time for you to upgrade to economics 102 LOL
I am glad to hear that there are support for BBRY on Financial institutions...Question is, are the phones selling well? is the evaluation correct? but here is the truth, Government & institutional establishments outside Canada continued to drop BBRY's phones. One good news that I have been hearing about is that Politicians & high ranking officials from military & financial are still keeping BBRY's phone. But is that enough? to post on their upcoming Q reports for the 2014.
Good Luck & may we all be blessed of good fortune on our investments.
Of course!!!! No terrorist threat...Nothing but good technological application practices heading to US....
Being a US product, I am pretty sure more & more Americans will support this phones now
Siilasmaa said. For every handset sold, Nokia paid Microsoft a US$10 licence fee to use its software, but Microsoft paid Nokia US$20 to support its marketing efforts.
“From Microsoft’s point of view, the equation does not work,” he said.
I am predicting that with the new additional line of Lumias, smartphone sales may report a staggering double digit by end of Q4...Just wondering what will be the cost of marketing to justify $10.00 per phone from Softy.
Additionally, $10.35 per phone from AAPL + the Samsung deal....And HERE where 2014 cars in Europe are rolling out with HERE maps navigation + NSN's revenue. It appears this is going to be the Quarter for NOK's big comeback from the grave...
but it is too dificult to know where....34bil market cap is justifiable but needs more good news from "HERE" & "IP" to support it...I SAY WE WILL SEE $9.00?
Which one will better.....1020 or 1520? I still have 2 more years from the contract...but upgradable for another 2 years in 1 year...these phones will be much more cheaper then.