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News Byte“not blinking” on MeeGo, following Nokia’s decision to refocus its mobile efforts on Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, and, indeed, CEO Paul Otellini told analysts this morning that the company is seeking out new allies for the OS. “We will find another partner,” he said. “The carriers still want a third ecosystem and the carriers want an open ecosystem, and that’s the thing that drives our motivation.” Given the further entrenchment of the iPhone and Android operating systems, the debut of Windows Phone 7 and the slowly renewing momentum behind webOS, a new Meego partner may prove difficult to find.
Rupert Murdoch’s iPad newspaper doesn’t make its official debut for a few hours, but that isn’t stopping people from handicapping its chances. Here’s the bull and bear take, helpfully provided by the same Wall Street analyst.
The best ticket in town is the one that gets you into the News Corp. CEO’s apartment for a look at his long-awaited iPad newspaper tonight. I don’t have one! But I’ve got a pretty good idea of what his guests get to gawk at.