After Skype, now Microsoft nought Nokia. Now is it going to be “Microsoft: Connecting People”? A lot of people are surprised after the announcement that Microsoft has acquired Nokia. There are a lot of people in the past year saying what if the Software giant acquires the pioneer in the mobile phone innovation. That “what if” has now turn into reality. Microsoft just bought Nokia’s devices and services unit. The Lumia will surely have a new face and be the top priority for the Windows Phone software. Among the Nokia devices, it is the Lumia line which is using Windows Mobile software. It is rumored that the low-end Asha product line will be up for the Windows phone ramp. According to The Verge, Nokia’s plan is to focus on three core technologies: NSN (its network infrastructure) HERE (its maps and location-based services); and Advanced Technologies (a licensing and development arm). Microsoft will…