So the Mobile World Congress (MWC) has finally come to an end, and here are two stories that I thought were worthy of mention.Firstly, very early on at the MWC, the once king of the mobile phone arena, Nokia, went on the offensive when its combative and outspoken CEO Stephen Elop trained the spotlight not on the Apple iOS ecosystem but on Google's Android, reported ZDNet Asia's sister site CNET.
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Microsoft is holding the Malaysian leg of the Microsoft Dynamics Solutions Summit 2006 roadshow tomorrow at the Sime Darby Convention Centre in Bukit Kiara.The summit, which carries the theme "Find Your Edge, Master the Dynamics", will showcase four sponsors and 21 Microsoft Dynamics partners exhibiting solutions built on the Microsoft platform.
%IMAGE=061106_Robert_Scoble_joins_PodTech.jpg% The guy who pioneered corporate blogging, Robert Scoble, recently announced he will be leaving Microsoft to join PodTech, a dotcom start-up that offers podcasts of interviews with technology industry luminaries.