Originally Posted by libertyforall
Can you say "Thunderbolt"?!
actually I was thinking... can you say 'FireWire iPod'
back in the day Firewire was the only way to sync your iPod... but then they converted to...
Originally Posted by stelligent
For this *rumor*, all so-called sources trace back to a WSJ article. WSJ tends to get accurate scoop when the 12th hour approaches. This also explains the pattern of *leaks* about 4S, to some...
Originally Posted by daylove22
and the fraudulent billing charges.
Sprint switching to Nextel's billing system drove me over the edge. Then the iPhone 3 was announced... I didn't look back. They lost over $200USd a...
Originally Posted by jkichline
Normally I'd agree with you, but we have a number of enterprise clients who are abandoning the practice of purchasing Blackberry devices for their employees and allowing them to bring their own....
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
So who's gonna buy RIM?
Sounds to me like Google might try.
I think Apple certainly aught to.
who is making such sounds?
What would RIM bring to GOOG's table?
Originally Posted by kotatsu
I'll be most disappointed if the screen is only slightly larger. I look upon giant Android screens with envy.
Isn't there a commandment about that? coveting thy neighbors sexy phone?
Originally Posted by mesomorphicman
I think Apple is b.s.'ing around with their customers and are having some problem(s) on their end that they're keeping quiet. First the normal June/July... then rumored for September, now...
Originally Posted by cloudgazer
This patent is pointless, it's not a technical constraint that prevents dynamic carrier switching - it's a business constraint.
When you have the best selling phone in the free world (what, is it...
Originally Posted by shen
Actually I read that as "we are watching the problems with Android and it is increasingly possible the "free" OS will cost us fees to MS and Apple and it runs like a POS anyway, so why not...