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Nicholas Tarnowsky

Nicholas Tarnowsky

Nicholas Tarnowsky is a full-time contributing editor and the U.S correspondent @BlogsDNA. His passion for tech, gadgets, general computing and writing, go hand in hand. You will find articles written by him on everything from Android to Windows. He is also a certified A+ and Network+ technician and consultant. He hopes to be a big part of the BlogsDNA community. You can follow him @ twitter.com/nicknowsky View author profile

  • PRN

    KIN, THE “WIN” OF TEEN !

    KIN is Teen, fresh and young
    None is there like the KIN
    KIN, the “win” for the Teen
    KIN is KIN , competes to WIN.

    KIN playing its own game
    KIN playing different game.
    iPhone came , Droid came
    KIN wins the final game !
    Apple came Google came

    Mac came and Linux came
    Still world lives the Windows game.

    Period !

  • http://www.globalthoughtz.com Bhupendra

    This is good development from Nokia side. But the problem is always about branding and product focus. You always get lost in jungle while you visit Nokia stores with lots of options. You get confused and come back empty handed.

    Apple iPhone is one phone, and a great phone. So even this development is not likely to better Nokia’s position.

    What do you think?