You might remember Nokia for producing some of the most popular (and durable) cell phones of the early 2000s. You should also remember Microsoft, because they're Microsoft, and if you've somehow forgotten about them I'd be very worried about the state of your memory. Anyway... Engadget Note: Now, it seems that there will be a tiny wait for approval. It'll take until early 2014 before Microsoft gets the all clear... or rather, okay-dokey... or rather, the okia-dokia. So yeah, this is a pretty huge deal. Microsoft has been having a good amount of trouble getting its foot in the door of the smartphone business. A $7.2 billion dollar purchase like this is pretty clear proof that they're absolutely dead set on this market. Will it be enough to dethrone iOS and Android? Ha ha, no, you kidding me? Only time will tell. In the words of Steve Ballin'-mer, "Nokia, no problems."