Officials Dismiss Android & Symbian Merger
Google, Nokia, and Symbian have all pretty much dismissed a report made earlier of a possible merger of Google’s Android and Nokia’s Symbian mobile operating system. , but for some reason the talks of merger has not been denied either thus leaving us thinking what could be.
Dismissing it as a “rumor,” a Nokia spokesperson declined to comment on the report. Symbian officials were unavailable but have dismissed such talk in private.
“We don’t comment on market rumors or speculations,” said a Google spokesperson.
It appears J. Gold and Associates were just pulling our legs with wild predictions. Or could it be that Google, Symbian and friends are keeping tight lipped about it? Either way the talks of Android and Symbian merger is still considered a rumor until it’s either officially confirmed or denied. Smart money is on it getting denied.
Source: Information Week
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