the news, and initial reports about the Horn of Africa1 are grim with famine and conflict dominating the headlines. But despite a food crisis and flare-ups of violence, key areas of the economy are growing steadily. Even in the face of limited infrastructure, large numbers of young Somalis are embracing new technology, especially mobile phones. In a single 5-year period, cell phone penetration in the region has jumped by 1,600 percent—an increase that outpaces neighboring Kenya and nearby Sudan.2
Somalian government to buyout nokia 33 a share!!!!!!!!!!!samalions where seen dancing in the streets firing off ak47 type weapons!!!! Folks this is huge!!
I work with the CIA as well as ATF in the past also worked with Secret Service, I am a decorated veteran of Vietnam, and Let me tell you, it is possible as long as the right people make a choice to hear there voice, Governments can take out anyone and anything at any time! Governments also will buy whatever they want at there hearts desire!
Microsoft Cloud service for NokiA phones!!!! All content instantly accessable to NokiA phone, also streams from phone to windows PC! This is HUGE folks!
Monday is not a huge day, its going to be up .35 for the day, Tuesday is the biggie! Thats the 37.00 a share boooooYaaaaaah buyout day!!! Cheers!
They wouldnt say much other than NokiA shipments increasing at a rapid pace as well as super strong demand for Lumia. basically they cant hardly build them fast enough!!! They are currently running all facilities on all cylinders!!