It takes an entire planet to build a mobile device. And we're not just talking about metals mined in Africa or electronic components
from Asia. Nokia's new N810, a sleek "Internet appliance" with a touchscreen, videocamera, and slide-out keyboard, is a prime example of how teams from around the globe come together
to build a thoroughly modern gadget.
The world's largest cellphone maker called upon in-house tech experts in California to help with software development and its own hip designers in London to give it a contemporary but
usable feel. The home team in Finland conceived the phone and then put it all together after it had made its stops around the world.
Nokia has made a practice of seeking innovation worldwide, searching far beyond its borders for fresh ideas - and great talent.