Elop suggested competitors such as Apple and Google had “poured flames on our market share,” with the damage accelerated by Nokia’s failure to embrace big trends. His solution: abandon Nokia’s homegrown operating systems, including Symbian, in favor of Microsoft’s Windows Phone.
Nokia’s Windows Phones managed to attract some significant buzz at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, and early sales seemed solid. But now there are signs the situation could be deteriorating."
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