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Marko Ahtisaari, Nokia's design chief.
Picture wearable technology and you probably imagine Star Trek characters sporting shimmering glasses, or those guys from Tron clad in skintight bodysuits.
Seeing the new Lumia phones at Nokia’s booth at last week’s Consumer Electronics Show was interesting, but what caught my eye was one of the apps running on some of the devices. Nokia was showing Nokia City Lens, a program from its labs that is among the first augmented-reality apps I’ve seen running on Windows Phone.
In February 2011, it looked like things couldn't get any worse for Nokia, the Finnish mobile phone company.
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Microsoft announces details of Windows Phone ‘Mango’ | Nokia Conversations - The official Nokia BlogAll the details on the latest version of Windows Phone Published by Ian Delaney on May 24, 2011
A lot of negativity has been made of Nokia’s decision to adopt the Windows Phone software ecosystem as their primary smartphone platform going forward. A decision seen as frivolous and ignorant to some while seen as a last ditch move by what’s seen as an utterly failing company ( a sentiment I disagree with).