Pots and kettles mean nothing to the Microsoft fangirl site that took great joy in pointing out this article that tells of how Motorola, Ericsson and Nokia (MEN) are allegedly monopolising the Mobile Phone market and the standards therein - and there was me thinking that Microsoft wouldn't know what a monopoly if it hit them in the face - seems that when it's someone else who's having the profits, Microsoft's eyes are wonderfully healed.
A feature by Michael McCarthy on the Wireless Resource Centre reports on a speech made by Stewart Walsop (a venture capitalist) where he discussed who will be on top of the market in 2007. He says that it won't be Nokia, Handspring or Microsoft. In fact, he says that these will have 0% of the market, each. He is putting his money on BREW.
An article on the Wireless News Factor makes for interesting reading, if a little depressing if you look at it the wrong way. Entitled Shutting Microsoft Out of the Wireless World, it looks at how attempts to block Microsoft's access to wireless markets are likely to fail.
AccountancyAge have an interesting feature / interview with Thomas Chambers the Chief Financing Officer of Symbian. There's a good analysis of Symbian financing in the article too and its well worth a read.
Nokia have released their latest sales figures and have made their revised sales targets. Although they don't think the markets will pick up much in n the near future they seem to have faith in new high end devices.