Not long ago, we did an editorial on Nokia's strange move of partnering with Microsoft on the WP7 OS for smartphones, instead of Android. Since then, many others have echoed the sentiment that this was a poor strategic move on their part. In fact, recently, the CEO of Intel, one of Nokia's direct partners, said, they should have chosen Android. This is especially interesting because Nokia and Intel are partnered in the development of a competitor OS, the MeeGo. Maybe in the future, Nokia will recognize their misstep and make a course correction when their contracts with Microsoft expire. I guess that business, even more than politics, "makes for strange bedfellows."