Originally Posted by nicwalmsley
Perhaps the most successful business leaders in the modern age was driven by love and beauty.
We have a highly dysfunctional global economy driven by short sighted selfishness and money...
Originally Posted by Firefly7475
I think the sentiment toward Windows Phone on these boards is overwhelmingly positive... when you consider where you are.
For a die hard Apple fan to look at a product from Microsoft of all...
Originally Posted by RichL
Tip: Open App Store from the dock of your OSX machine and search for 'Windows Phone 7 connector'. Look shocked and amazed as you find out that WP7 isn't locked to the Windows platform.
Add to that...
Originally Posted by Suddenly Newton
Why does being right on an Internet forum matter so much to you? Don't you have any self-esteem?
Yeah I have self low self esteem so I have to drink the Apple Kool a.......oh wait that is...
Originally Posted by Prof. Peabody
We know from very recent polls however, that even with all the hype about the bigger screens in the marketplace, and even given the fact that many many people fully expected a bigger screen this...
Originally Posted by muppetry
It's pretty obvious that some people would like a larger screen, while others prefer the existing size. Why do you assume that your preference is more correct, especially since the iPhone, with its...
Originally Posted by addabox
Better yet, try asking a Windows or Android phone that and see how far it gets you. I'm astonished at the blinkers some partisans are willing to put on to ignore what Siri is.
I get that Siri is...
Originally Posted by addicted44
Huh? In an article talking about Siri, why in the world are you bringing up the flow and navigation capabilities of the 2 OS'es, and then blaming DED for "spinning".
Is DED supposed...
DED who is your doctor because brother you are getting some GOOD DRUGS.
We tested this today against a $49 Samsung Focus running Windows Phone 7 Mango. Siri Effed up with understanding us just as much or as less really as the Windows...
Originally Posted by ConradJoe
Simply go see a Genius at your local Apple Store. Bring both your phone and your computer. Convenient Appointments are available.
Yeah I would call that CONVENIENT, as I am sure there will be NO...