Scoble reporting from Nokia World highlights the realities the company faces.
"At the recent Salesforce.com conference CEO Marc Benioff asked the audience what cell phone they used. 35% answered iPhones. That’s incredible. Apple has gotten HUGE market share among enterprise users, despite having a huge wall setup against them. RIM was used by almost everyone else at Salesforce.
During the Mumbai siege last week it was impressive how many times I heard the word "Blackberry". Reporters using it, guests trapped in hotels using it, officials using it - and this was a global set of users.
Nokia continues to dominate the European business market and even the consumer market in large markets like China and India (sells over 100 million phones a year in those 2 countries). It is also doing yeoman's work pioneering new global markets, but in key business markets around the world, its mindshare - and market share - are slipping.