Bill Burnham has been saying that the wireless email market is over funded. I wonder how he would react to Nokia’s decision to buy Intellisync for $430 million. Nokia folks had popped in to Business 2.0 offices a few months ago, showing off their wireless email solution. One word: yikes! I choose not to spend anytime and energy on it, but this purchase kinda confirmed that they needed some outside help. This is clearly a good buy – especially for the unified messaging client built by what was formerly known as PDApps. (Sweet App!) I wonder what this means for those Nokia-Blackberry rumors and Nokia’s desire to work with everyone else including its arch nemesis from Redmond. I wonder how folks from Good, and other wireless email companies are feeling about this deal. Can’t be too thrilled… I bet.
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