Well, it looks that Nokia stops investing in Ovi Share report was a load of BS afterall.
We had an inkling of that when Ovi Share support team member explicitly denied Reuters report a last week. But who knows, sometimes low level grunts are the last ones to hear that their job is about to be gone.
Well, today we have someone higher up also denying Ovi Share only in maintenance mode news.
According to PC World, Tero Ojanperä, Nokia’s executive vice president of services, addressing the issue said that Nokia had not stopped investing in the online information sharing service.
There you have it. I’m not exactly sure about the management structure in Nokia, but EVP for services sounds like the top guy responsible for Share and other Ovi services.
And if he says that they are still working on OVI share, I’m inclined to believe him.
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