Originally Posted by Alladdinn
"If you walk into an Apple store on a typical day, the place isn't packed with fandrois. It's crowded by ordinary folks who buy Apple stuff because it works for them enough that their geek...
Originally Posted by davesw
These Apple-haters are dumb a'holes. They'd rather buy a buggy, 2nd rate Android craplet with NO apps, poor battery life that crashes every minute than buy an iPad.
I can't possibly think of changing...
Originally Posted by Cubert
You know Micro$ucks state of affairs is worsening (if that's possible) when they have to partner with RIM.
Maybe next time try reading the article before posting a comment.
Originally Posted by battiato1981
Not many credit card companies deliver new customers and deliver the goods to your doorstep. They just process a sale that someone else has worked to achieve.
Which is exactly what the...
Originally Posted by ahmlco
And if the Android marketplace isn't profitable? An "open" OS sold to a bunch of people who don't believe in paying for software isn't going to support a lot of developers.
Originally Posted by mjtomlin
Android is only doing well, because the only real competition (iOS and WP7) is only available on AT&T, which means they're both only available to 33% of the overall US smart phone market. Think...
So unless Kindle changes to allow in-app purchases it is in danger then?
Seems ridiculous - like others have mentioned akin to paying a cut to your car manufacturer when you top up its fuel or to your TV manufacturer when you watch a...
Originally Posted by allmypeople
I'm not a programmer. I'm a bit of a tech-geek. I love Apple but love lots of different tech companies...
Can someone explain to me why it's better for us, users, to see the continued existence...