Believe it or not, Nokia is the number one smartphone maker in the world, on the back of its Symbian platform. Now the handset giant wants to move into laptops. Speaking to Finnish reporters, Nokia's CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo said the company is "looking very actively" at diving into the laptop market.
With the increasing convergence of laptops and cellphones, Nokia's timing seems right, especially with their embrace of open source software (Symbian and Maemo, to be exact). If they continue this trend in the laptop market, we could see some neat looking products. [Reuters/Yahoo]