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According to reported company-wide email sent out by CEO Stephan Elop, Nokia's (NOK) current OS situation is akin to a burning platform. In his note, he uses an oil platform in the North Atlantic as a metaphor but it could just as easily be a smartphone platform, or, in Nokia's case, two platforms: Meego and Symbian.
Elop doesn't give either platform a chance in MORESeth Weintraub - Feb 8, 2011 11:36 PM ET
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