That's what Apple is missing to its eco system. It would make a lot of sense even if Apple licenses Here onto its own eco system like Microsoft is doing were they're able to reconfigure and keep its changes. Apple is way behind in mapping. How cool will Apple iPhone lovers think of the new Here Venue if it was available to them.
Hearing resumes on Tuesday March 11. India has to make a decision or else Microsoft will be building phones elsewhere. India has more to lose than Nokia.
Yes Here mapping is more accurate than Google maps and Here works offline. I've tracked myself inside of structures using Here maps. I can't wait to try their new Here Venue mapping. Hopefully next a street view to totally squash their competitors. Here also works seamlessly with WP8
That's how these message boards go. Some are dumpers some are pumpers and the rest in the middle. Which one are you? Wait let me guess.
Clearwire had valuable WiFi spectrum and NII has valuable push to talk radio frequencies and technologies.
I own both stocks and there's no comparison to the fundamentals of both companies other than they're both in mobile businesses. Big differences between them!
Congratulations to you. I appreciate your honesty, I don't always agree with you but you lay it all out without prejudice. Good job.
I owned the 928 since June 2013 and just got the Icon just over one week. I love this phone. I really was very happy with my 928 but the new Icon is even better. The display is incredible and I can't believe they made it better than the 928 but its much better and it doesn't have that amber tint to it like my 928 has. The sound is incredible and I often find myself lowering the volume. And the size is really perfect. This 5 inch screen in my opinion is going to a big seller, because it fits nicely in my pocket and when I use it and turn it side ways it gives me a nice viewing screen to read or write. The display window icons are smaller than those on my 928 which gives the home screen more room and with the new Lumia Black folders my home screen fits all my apps. The new 20 mega pixel camera is unreal. Just point camera snap the picture and enjoy the results. I highly recommend the Icon phone.
They gave me that impression based on their actions with Sprint. Now it's time to sell their assets which I think are worth more than $1.15 a share.
That's the only chance they got left in my opinion. If not Apple maybe Microsoft.
You men are brave investors and that's were the risk reward is greatest, good move and good luck. My thoughts JCP needs to get back to selling brand names that will help lure in more customers, but right now my wife won't step foot inside that store and she loves shopping. She says they have no brand name products.
Interesting growth in February and my guess may be due to World Cup may be adding new customers as we get closer to that event. I have done some channel checks in Brazil recently and its not looking so good for Nextel in Brazil. Popularity was up for a while and now it seems to be going down. But I see some value with potential buyout by a competitor. The push to talk may have limited use for emergency agencies making it worth some value and the service that Nextel deliverers between borders in South America is also very good, but who will that benefit drug dealers?. But again growth maybe due to World Cup and once that event is over maybe so is that growth.
Hopefully none. Does China really want to battle Microsoft and Nokia teamed up together. China's Ministry of Commerce has much to lose.
(Reuters) - Google Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd have asked Chinese regulators to ensure that Microsoft Corp's bid to acquire Nokia Oyj's phone business did not lead to higher licensing fees on patents that remain with the Finnish company, Bloomberg reported on Monday.
The companies joined Chinese mobile phone makers Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and ZTE Corp in voicing concerns about Microsoft gaining more power in the smartphone market, the report said, citing two government officials familiar with the matter.
The companies have asked the regulators to set conditions on the deal, the officials said. (r.reuters.com/syp37v)
China's Ministry of Commerce is conducting an anti-monopoly review and is likely to approve the deal, the officials told Bloomberg. European Union antitrust regulators approved the acquisition without conditions in December.
Samsung and Google did not respond to Reuters requests for comment. Nokia declined to comment.
What a bunch of cheating crybabies. Best part of article is "China's Ministry of Commerce is conducting an anti-monopoly review and is likely to approve deal,"
Your math doesn't add up. 5.4 billion in debt minus 1.9 billion in cash equals a negative 3.5 billion in debt.