Today, Andrew discusses the recent developments from Nokia (NYS: NOK) , which announced plans to reveal a prototype for a MeeGo Proprietary Operating System within the next six months. Nokia desperately needs to raise its swooning market share back toward its early 2011 numbers, but companies like Apple and Google continue to dominate the global market. While Andrew applauds Nokia's move, he doesn't believe it will pull the company out of its slide and rates Nokia as a hold.
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