Odd, Yahoo seems to have got derailed on that message. Everywhere I typed #$%$" it substituted #$%$ .
"...will will liter#$%$lly cle#$%$n Noki#$%$s clock"
Evidently you #$%$re one of m#$%$ny who h#$%$ve no ide#$%$ wh#$%$t "liter#$%$lly" me#$%$ns.
Ple#$%$se specify which clock -- m#$%$ke, model seri#$%$l number etc. If such specific#$%$tions #$%$re not #$%$pplic#$%$ble, then it isn#$%$ liter#$%$lly #$%$ clock. Sheesh.
This is typical of Microsoft -- take something simple and easy, and make it complicated.
Actually, it's not very hard at all. I can create videos (3D videos, no less) with my point-and-shoot camera on my Android phone, and I can share them through email. (Google mail, among others.)
I wouldn't call it "proof" myself. It's evidence suggesting that most likely Microsoft is edging away from its former overwhelming emphasis on Windows.
Do companies do that when they part ways? I've heard of such agreements between a company and a former employee.
"Need proof CEO Satya Nadella is moving Microsoft past a Windows-take-all mentally? Take a look at the YouTube video ad for its new app, Sway.
"It features a guy using Sway at work ... on an iPad.
"There's even a close up on the iPad, just to make sure you didn't miss it and think he was using, say, a Surface."
"Well, that didn’t take long. Mere months after selling its mobile devices business to Microsoft, Nokia is once again developing mobile devices—but this time the company is using Android.
"On Tuesday, the company launched the Android-based N1 tablet at the Slush conference in Helsinki. The tablet, which has a high-resolution 7.9-inch screen and a 5-megapixel front camera, will cost $249 plus tax and start shipping in February in China, later becoming available in Europe and other countries.
"Nokia’s tablet arrives a week after Microsoft launched the first Lumia smartphone without the Nokia brand on it. It completed its acquisition of Nokia’s device business in April."
Now that Microsoft and Microsoft's Elop are out of the way, what is left of Nokia is free to give sanity a chance.