Lessons from a life of startups, coding, countryside, and kids
launches it’s first Symbian phone and then sells it’s stake in Symbian. Russ is confused and so am I. I know that unlike Nokia, Motorola have always been a little confused about things. Are they using Dragonballs or ARMs? Which OS? and so on. I guess that’s why Motorola is #2 and Nokia is #1. Frankly, I have little time for Motorola as a user, consumer or developer.