22 July 2007

Why Nokia Is Leaving Moto in the Dust

The former producer of rubber boots and timber, which famously made a risky decision in 1992 to focus on mobile technology, seems to be doing everything right these days. Nokia's supply-chain management may be the best of any company in the world. It has a big head start in fast-growing markets such as China and India. And it has $9.5 billion in cash and practically no debt, so it can invest far more than rivals on developing new products or conquering new markets—and

Well, yeah.. Motorola is all about the Razor/Krazr phone. Nothing else. Well, I could only talk about the Philippines about that. But still,is it me or are all these next gen phones a little buggy compared to the older ones?