When Nokia announced that it was launching the Symbian Foundation to great fanfare, it had within its grasp that rarest of opportunities to move swiftly and become the dominant open source mobile platform. Alas, just one and a half years later, they have seemingly ceded that position to Android. Instead of recognizing the threat from Android and making strategic changes to counter, they instead criticized Google’s closed-door development of Android before releasing a line of code themselves. When criticizing competitors, it helps to have your own house in order first.
in reference to: Is the Symbian Foundation DOA? (view on Google Sidewiki)