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samkool26 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 7, 2014 3:46 PM Member since: Aug 9, 2013
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  • google it..it somehow does not show up on Yahoo..this is big as the completion means success and opportunity for many more orders and as well this reference will give other reason to take this path..

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Mercedes Vision G-Code concept car (2014): a new baby SUV
    By Tim Pollard

    03 November 2014 13:35

    The new Mercedes Vision G-Code concept car was shown today at the opening of Merc’s new R&D base in Beijing, China. It’s a shrunken SUV imagining what a baby 4x4 would look like at the foot of the Mercedes-Benz range.

    Dubbed a Sports Utility Coupe (err, that’s a SUC), the G-Code was designed at the Asian studio and is supposed to offer a glimpse of how young Chinese trend-setters can get about in their increasingly congested cities.

    How big is the Mercedes Vision G-Code?

    Conceptually, this is the same size as a Nissan Juke, at 4.1m long. That makes it a rival to Audi’s upcoming Q1 starter SUV, as the Germans boldly fill every which niche with a crossover-shaped offering.

    Perhaps it’s the Swedish-echoing molten-silver paintwork, but we can’t help thinking that the wraparound, blacked-out glasshouse and single, full-width rear lighting bar carry shades of Saab crossovers, too.

    The roof appears to be floating; a motif most commonly associated with modern, BMW-era Minis.

    Hybrid power for future Asian transport

    The G-Code has four doors (the rear pair sport hidden handles), which open in a handclap fashion to reveal an interior with no B-pillar for easier access. For the concept car, anyway; any future production vehicle based on the G-Code - and none is yet confirmed - would surely stick with conventional doors.

    The car also has a hydrogen fuel-cell onboard: oxygen created during synthesis is used to provide fresh air during polluted urban driving. And a pair of town scooters are incorporated in the boot floor.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Seem to be good signs for today to go higher..

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • source is strategy Analytics and nokiapoweruser..

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Not sure how much of this is true but there is tremendous chatter of tier 1 operators approaching Nokia with renewed interest. This is not unexpected as nokia sits on huge cash that is used in R&D and big Network Operators like that fact. It is just matter of months and we should not be surprised to hear more and more major-major deals coming Nokia's way.
    You can even see now, Nokia employees and leadership have tremendous enthusiasm and renewed energy that has put it in top gear to win market and mind share.

    I expect Networks and Patents to be the sure shot revenue drivers. But Here could be the biggest surprise element that can increase the revenue's manifold.
    There is then the news of job postings on Nokia working on a cloud based OS..So now with bad press Apple generating with its iCloud, there can be opportunities here as well…
    But, meanwhile all this happens in the background, the general stock market and consumers are still focusing on Nokia's downfall of devices(thank god for that) and news keep coming on Nokia's stock tickers about launch of Nokia devices that are not gaining much traction…how much more stupid can this get…all of my friends and people I know feel sad at Nokia's demise and I feel sad for them at missing out an opportunity of a lifetime to invest in Nokia now…
    Disclosures: I am 100% invested in Nokia. All the opinions above are my personal view.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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