This week, we looked at comments from Nokia’s director of portfolio, product management and sales, Niels Munksgaard. He is quoted as saying:
“What we see is that youth are pretty much fed up with iPhones. Everyone has the iPhone,” he said. “Also, many are not happy with the complexity of Android and the lack of security. So we do increasing see that the youth that wants to be on the cutting edge and try something new are turning to the Windows phone platform.”
Great marketing tactic.
Microsoft has been running a contest under the Twitter hashtag #droidrage (via Graham Cluley at Sophos).
Microsoft’s Windows Phone (and Windows PC) evangelist Ben Rudolph tweeted the other day:
The other day, he tweeted:
#droidrage story to win a #windowsphone upgrade. 5 best (worst?) win!More malware on Android! bit.ly/rt7dpD Been hit? Share yr
Yesterday, he posted:
#droidrage stories! I’m taking new entries until 5pm PT today. After that, I’ll comb through and pick the 5 winners.So many great
The winners have yet to be announced. People are still tweeting with the #droidrage hashtag. Are are some recent tweets:
#droidrage ihave virus in my android phone and try to install new software but it is very complicated and now i use my old nokia 1100
#droidrage giveaway, Windows Phone is dealing with an SMS exploit.While Microsoft tries to cater to disgruntled Android users with the