BusinessWeek - September 8, 2009

Excerpt from BusinessWeek:

The latest sign that Nokia is falling seriously out of favor with analysts comes from Greg Sterling of Internet2Go, a unit of San Francisco-based Opus Research that specializes in the mobile Internet.

Sterling writes that “you might as well stick a fork” in Nokia’s prospects in the U.S., noting that the Finnish company’s share in smartphones has been declining in the face of competition from Apple and BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion. Symbian, the operating system used in Nokia handsets as well as some other manufacturers, is also losing share, Sterling points out. Only a radical departure, such as a shift to a new operating system, can rescue Nokia’s prospects, he writes.

From the article, "Is Nokia Already Dead in U.S. Market?", BusinessWeek, September 8, 2009