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Nokia's Smartphone Problem: The End of an Icon? (Smartphone Chronicle) Paperback – May 6, 2013
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About the Author
Majeed Ahmad is former Editor-in-Chief of EE Times Asia, a sister publication of EE Times. While being the Editor-in-Chief at Global Sources, a Hong Kong-based publishing house, he also spearheaded magazines relating to electronic components, consumer electronics, and computer, security and telecom products. This is his sixth book on mobile industry. His first five book titles are Smartphone, Mobile Commerce 2.0, Age of Mobile Data, Essential 4G Guide, and The Next Web of 50 Billion Devices. Majeed studied electronics and telecommunications at Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands. He has worked with blue-chip companies like AT&T, Motorola and Nortel before heading to publishing industry. Majeed has been a technology and trade journalist for more than 19 years. He is currently associated with a number of technology publications as a contributing writer and Editor-at-Large. You can follow him on Twitter at @majeedkamran
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Top Customer Reviews
Majeed has done a great job marshalling a wealth of the reporting on this company that once was the king of cellphones. The result makes a useful case study.
As a former editor in chief of EE Times used to tell us, a company that is dominant in one era, typically takes a big fall when a new, disruptive technology comes along. Nokia's story is still being told, but it clearly has taken the fall. Whether it ever gets on its feet again will be the subject perhpas of a follow on.