Three Reasons Nokia Isn't Attracting More Mobile DevelopersKevin C. Tofel
One would think that laying claim to the largest share of the world's smartphone market would attract the most high-quality mobile software developers, but that doesn't seem to be the case for Nokia (NOK). The Finnish phone giant's market share stands at 44.3 percent, research firm Gartner's (IT) latest data show, yet according to a recent Bloomberg piece, programmers appear intent on building apps for smaller, competing platforms. The challenge Nokia has faced and will continue to face can be boiled down to three things:
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