It looks increasingly likely that Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 will get a starring role in Nokia Chief Executive Stephen Elop's attempt to turn around the ailing phone giant.
Reports from Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal indicate Nokia's turnaround plan will involve phones using Microsoft's new and still immature mobile operating system. Elop plans to detail his strategy for overhauling Nokia tomorrow at an analyst day in London.
Google's Android, another contender for a software alliance, doesn't look like it has good prospects at Nokia at present. "Two turkeys do not make an … Read more