Originally Posted by Macky the Macky
I was shocked, on one hand, at how weak her responses were. They indicated, to me, that there is really no plan to break out of where HP is at now. She only mumbled corp-speak and called it...
Originally Posted by Apple ][
There are so many problems with Android, but even if their app store was perfect, they can never fix their biggest problem. And it is a problem that they themselves invited, as it is part of their...
Looks to me like Android has just about peaked in terms of marketshare. Microsoft is bound to rise a little bit over the next couple of years due to the Nokia partnership, and the iPhone 5 is likely to attract a goodly percentage of the...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
International smartphone vendors, including Samsung, HTC, Nokia and LG, are rumored to be waiting until the second quarter to release new handset models in order to avoid direct competition with...
Originally Posted by Bouncerman
Everyone is so quick to bash Kodak and predict their drawn out death. This is a huge company with deep pockets and smart folks. They are having a rough ride competing in areas they never really had...
Originally Posted by Curmudgeon
Microsoft on the other hand has attempted to present something that *is* new and radical.
Yes. New, radical and crap. Being different doesn't attract customers. Being better does. Microsoft's...
Stick a fork in this thing - it's already done.
By the time Nokia and MS get something halfway decent out the door the iPhone 5 will be on sale. They're about three years too late to this party.
Nokia is the next RIM.