Nokia

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The letters of blue words are jumbled up! Can you correct them?

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Updated with statement from Nokia.

The big question mark that the Journals report doesnt address is what Meltemi the Greek name for winds across the Aegean Sea from the north in the summer amnes for Nokias plans with Windows hPeon . Nokias chief executive Stephen Elop confirmed on multiple occasions that the company plans to offer Microsofts new mobile OS on high-end and low-end devices, thus continuing its efforts across all ktearms .

While the development of a new proprietary operating system has obvious implications for Windows Phone in emerging markets, BGR has lrdeane that Nokias plans lykile havent changed much since the Meltemi project began. Nokia still intends to offer a ernag of tesosrmnpha powered by Microsofts Windows Phone operating system, and this range includes entry-level, mid-range and high-end smartphones.

Choose from the following words:

  • phone
  • vice
  • sources
  • reported
  • markets
  • range
  • likely
  • learned
  • means
  • developing
  • announcing
  • anonymous
  • report
  • smartphones
  • meltemi
  • os
  • abandon
  • details
  • phone
  • windows

The above words with their middle letters scrambled:

  • pohne
  • vice
  • soeucrs
  • rreepotd
  • mteakrs
  • rnage
  • lekliy
  • laerend
  • maens
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  • anncnuiong
  • amuyonons
  • reprot
  • shpnemtraos
  • metmeli
  • os
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  • daeltis
  • pnhoe
  • wowidns

Fill in the missing words:

Nokia is again __________ a proprietary smartphone operating system after __________ this past February that it would _______ both Symbian and MeeGo in favor of Microsofts _______ _____ platform. Citing multiple _________ _______, The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday ________ that Nokias executive ____ president of mobile phones, Mary McDowell, is heading up the project. Code-named _______, the new mobile platform is reportedly Linux-based and it is intended for use on low-end smartphones. BGR has independently confirmed the ______, and we have learned additional _______ that paint an exciting new picture of the mobile industry should Nokias new OS realize its potential.

Updated with statement from Nokia.

The big question mark that the Journals report doesnt address is what Meltemi the Greek name for winds across the Aegean Sea from the north in the summer _____ for Nokias plans with Windows _____. Nokias chief executive Stephen Elop confirmed on multiple occasions that the company plans to offer Microsofts new mobile __ on high-end and low-end devices, thus continuing its efforts across all _______.

While the development of a new proprietary operating system has obvious implications for Windows Phone in emerging markets, BGR has _______ that Nokias plans ______ havent changed much since the Meltemi project began. Nokia still intends to offer a _____ of ___________ powered by Microsofts Windows Phone operating system, and this range includes entry-level, mid-range and high-end smartphones.

Choose from the following words:

  • phone
  • vice
  • sources
  • reported
  • markets
  • range
  • likely
  • learned
  • means
  • developing
  • announcing
  • anonymous
  • report
  • smartphones
  • meltemi
  • os
  • abandon
  • details
  • phone
  • windows

The original text:

Nokia is again developing a proprietary smartphone operating system after announcing this past February that it would abandon both Symbian and MeeGo in favor of Microsofts Windows Phone platform. Citing multiple anonymous sources, The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday reported that Nokias executive vice president of mobile phones, Mary McDowell, is heading up the project. Code-named Meltemi, the new mobile platform is reportedly Linux-based and it is intended for use on low-end smartphones. BGR has independently confirmed the report, and we have learned additional details that paint an exciting new picture of the mobile industry should Nokias new OS realize its potential.

Updated with statement from Nokia.

The big question mark that the Journals report doesnt address is what Meltemi the Greek name for winds across the Aegean Sea from the north in the summer means for Nokias plans with Windows Phone. Nokias chief executive Stephen Elop confirmed on multiple occasions that the company plans to offer Microsofts new mobile OS on high-end and low-end devices, thus continuing its efforts across all markets.

While the development of a new proprietary operating system has obvious implications for Windows Phone in emerging markets, BGR has learned that Nokias plans likely havent changed much since the Meltemi project began. Nokia still intends to offer a range of smartphones powered by Microsofts Windows Phone operating system, and this range includes entry-level, mid-range and high-end smartphones.

Important words:

  • nokia
  • developing
  • proprietary
  • smartphone
  • operating
  • announcing
  • past
  • february
  • abandon
  • symbian
  • meego
  • favor
  • microsofts
  • windows
  • phone
  • platform
  • citing
  • multiple
  • anonymous
  • sources
  • wall
  • street
  • journal
  • wednesday
  • reported
  • nokias
  • executive
  • vice
  • president
  • mobile
  • phones
  • mary
  • mcdowell
  • heading
  • project
  • meltemi
  • new
  • reportedly
  • intended
  • use
  • smartphones
  • bgr
  • independently
  • confirmed
  • report
  • learned
  • additional
  • details
  • paint
  • exciting
  • picture
  • industry
  • os
  • realize
  • potential
  • updated
  • statement
  • big
  • question
  • mark
  • journals
  • doesnt
  • address
  • greek
  • winds
  • aegean
  • sea
  • north
  • summer
  • means
  • plans
  • chief
  • stephen
  • elop
  • occasions
  • company
  • offer
  • devices
  • continuing
  • efforts
  • markets
  • development
  • obvious
  • implications
  • emerging
  • likely
  • havent
  • changed
  • began
  • intends
  • range
  • powered
  • includes


Wiki Test

The letters of blue words are jumbled up! Can you correct them?

Nokia is again developing a proprietary smartphone operating system after announcing this past February that it would abandon both Symbian and MeeGo in favor of Microsofts Windows Phone platform. gCiitn multiple anonymous sources, The laWl Street Journal on Wednesday reported that Nokias executive vice president of mobile phones, ryaM McDowell, is heading up the project. Code-named Meltemi, the new mobile platform is reportedly Linux-based and it is intended for use on low-end smartphones. BGR has independently ioncrdemf the report, and we have learned additional details that paint an exciting enw picture of the mobile industry should Nokias new OS realize its potential.

adtpedU with etatnmste from Nokia.

The big iuqoenst mark that the Journals report estndo address is what Meltemi the Greek name for winds across the Aegean Sea from the north in the summer enmsa for Nokias plans with Windows Phone. Nkiosa chief executive ephetnS Elop oemndifrc on multiple occasions that the company plans to offer Microsofts new elmboi OS on high-end and low-end devices, thus continuing its efforts across all mestrak .

While the development of a new proprietary operating system has obvious implications for Windows Phone in emerging markets, BGR has learned that kioNas plans likely havent changed much since the Meltemi tpecrjo began. Nokia still intends to ferof a range of smartphones powered by Microsofts Windows Phone operating system, and this range includes entry-level, mid-range and high-end nhosamestrp .

Choose from the following words:

  • markets
  • means
  • offer
  • doesnt
  • mobile
  • new
  • confirmed
  • smartphones
  • nokias
  • confirmed
  • updated
  • nokias
  • statement
  • mary
  • question
  • bgr
  • stephen
  • project
  • wall
  • citing

The above words with their middle letters scrambled:

  • mtkares
  • maens
  • ofefr
  • dnoest
  • mlboie
  • new
  • ceonfrmid
  • sohaerptnms
  • naioks
  • cerofnimd
  • utpedad
  • niaoks
  • saetemtnt
  • mary
  • quoestin
  • bgr
  • stepehn
  • pcjroet
  • wlal
  • ciitng

Fill in the missing words:

Nokia is again developing a proprietary smartphone operating system after announcing this past February that it would abandon both Symbian and MeeGo in favor of Microsofts Windows Phone platform. ______ multiple anonymous sources, The ____ Street Journal on Wednesday reported that Nokias executive vice president of mobile phones, ____ McDowell, is heading up the project. Code-named Meltemi, the new mobile platform is reportedly Linux-based and it is intended for use on low-end smartphones. BGR has independently _________ the report, and we have learned additional details that paint an exciting ___ picture of the mobile industry should Nokias new OS realize its potential.

_______ with _________ from Nokia.

The big ________ mark that the Journals report ______ address is what Meltemi the Greek name for winds across the Aegean Sea from the north in the summer _____ for Nokias plans with Windows Phone. ______ chief executive _______ Elop _________ on multiple occasions that the company plans to offer Microsofts new ______ OS on high-end and low-end devices, thus continuing its efforts across all _______.

While the development of a new proprietary operating system has obvious implications for Windows Phone in emerging markets, ___ has learned that ______ plans likely havent changed much since the Meltemi _______ began. Nokia still intends to _____ a range of smartphones powered by Microsofts Windows Phone operating system, and this range includes entry-level, mid-range and high-end ___________.

Choose from the following words:

  • markets
  • means
  • offer
  • doesnt
  • mobile
  • new
  • confirmed
  • smartphones
  • nokias
  • confirmed
  • updated
  • nokias
  • statement
  • mary
  • question
  • bgr
  • stephen
  • project
  • wall
  • citing

The original text:

Nokia is again developing a proprietary smartphone operating system after announcing this past February that it would abandon both Symbian and MeeGo in favor of Microsofts Windows Phone platform. Citing multiple anonymous sources, The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday reported that Nokias executive vice president of mobile phones, Mary McDowell, is heading up the project. Code-named Meltemi, the new mobile platform is reportedly Linux-based and it is intended for use on low-end smartphones. BGR has independently confirmed the report, and we have learned additional details that paint an exciting new picture of the mobile industry should Nokias new OS realize its potential.

Updated with statement from Nokia.

The big question mark that the Journals report doesnt address is what Meltemi the Greek name for winds across the Aegean Sea from the north in the summer means for Nokias plans with Windows Phone. Nokias chief executive Stephen Elop confirmed on multiple occasions that the company plans to offer Microsofts new mobile OS on high-end and low-end devices, thus continuing its efforts across all markets.

While the development of a new proprietary operating system has obvious implications for Windows Phone in emerging markets, BGR has learned that Nokias plans likely havent changed much since the Meltemi project began. Nokia still intends to offer a range of smartphones powered by Microsofts Windows Phone operating system, and this range includes entry-level, mid-range and high-end smartphones.

Important words:

  • nokia
  • developing
  • proprietary
  • smartphone
  • operating
  • announcing
  • past
  • february
  • abandon
  • symbian
  • meego
  • favor
  • microsofts
  • windows
  • phone
  • platform
  • citing
  • multiple
  • anonymous
  • sources
  • wall
  • street
  • journal
  • wednesday
  • reported
  • nokias
  • executive
  • vice
  • president
  • mobile
  • phones
  • mary
  • mcdowell
  • heading
  • project
  • meltemi
  • new
  • reportedly
  • intended
  • use
  • smartphones
  • bgr
  • independently
  • confirmed
  • report
  • learned
  • additional
  • details
  • paint
  • exciting
  • picture
  • industry
  • os
  • realize
  • potential
  • updated
  • statement
  • big
  • question
  • mark
  • journals
  • doesnt
  • address
  • greek
  • winds
  • aegean
  • sea
  • north
  • summer
  • means
  • plans
  • chief
  • stephen
  • elop
  • occasions
  • company
  • offer
  • devices
  • continuing
  • efforts
  • markets
  • development
  • obvious
  • implications
  • emerging
  • likely
  • havent
  • changed
  • began
  • intends
  • range
  • powered
  • includes


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