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Someone is worried that people may switch from the iPhone on AT&T to something else... Besides that, we all know these phones are heavily subsidized. You can't just go about giving away money to people who are taking their business elsewhere.
Wow! Most of you here have had your heads buried in Apple's sandbox for too long. The number of devices and software out there that performs similar functions in huge. AppleTV is so far behind that it really doesn't compete. Google also announced today that the latest Android build streams iTunes libraries. Lets compare: AppleTV Streams Apple content Allows you to buy Apple content with your remote Google TV Streams Apple content Allows you to buy content from several...
Google Chrome warned me to keep away, but I let it load anyway and I got a prompt to install a plugin.
Awesome. I was checking the site all day to see what appleinsider would say in response. This blog post is a mixed bag of stats and nonsense. Final Cut Pro is, and will be for a long time to come, great software for making movies and TV. Your headline would be much more fitting.
Wow! That didn't last long. I was pretty surprised that Apple would lose anything these days. What was originally called the "iPod effect" has only grown to the iPhone and now iPad effect. I still think that Apple will keep the 3G around. The fact that the hardware supposedly can't run the latest features of OS4 is even more of a reason for Apple to keep selling it to the lower end market. It will ensure that there is a bigger difference to step up the the 3GS or 4G. Its...
Too bad they are losing market share on the PC market. http://news.cnet.com/8301-13860_3-20003916-56.html Unless Apple makes a cheap "disposable" phone, they will never beat Nokia. The big competition here is Apple and RIM. Both only make Smartphones. That slick iPhone 4G better be slick and cheap. Hopefully Apple will continue to sell the 3G with an on contract list price of $50 or less. If they do the 3G for $50, the 3GS for $100 and 4G for $200, they will...
I might normally say, "Yay Apple," but Moto has been tanking for years. Can't believe it took this long for someone to do it.
I think it is that the carriers just want more control over their phones. The Sprint BB Tour is odd because it comes with the SIM unlocked and includes US 2G GSM bands. I keep the GSM option turned off unless I'm outside of the country. Battery life is not that great either.I'd love a "Universal" Superphone that would work on any network and even satellite (optional antenna attachment maybe?). One can dream I guess...
Nice analogy, except that the number of people watching SD is decreasing and those using CDMA is increasing in the US. GSM has also been around longer than CDMA. That doesn't make it better, its just been around for many years. WiMax is not CDMA and LTE is not GSM. So, technically they are both on their way out. My BB Tour from Sprint works in more places than anything AT&T sells. CDMA carriers have phones that also work on GSM, but there are not many GSM carriers that...
Nexus One may be out for Verizon, but its still "coming soon" for Sprint. CDMA is not dead yet. More people in this country use CDMA than GSM.http://newsreleases.sprint.com/phoen...3426&highlight
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