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January 06, 2010

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Thanks Tomi for again emphasising the relative size differences in opportunities. I thought about your words as I watched the cool Nokia keynote presentation from CES:
http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid59348424001?bclid=60739639001&bctid=61007706001

This is a presentation that really displays a side of Nokia that is worth noting in this app hype days. Quite entertaining to see how all the usual suspects' blogs had problems how to tackle this presentation. There they were, live-blogging, expecting to see another smartphone aimed for the upper 1% of the world’s subscriber base. Instead they got this! Quite brave to go there and talk about things that matter instead of another silly app…

BTW, the restyling of Olli-Pekka actually seems to have made him more relaxed in front of an audience :-)

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