Originally Posted by razorpit
Oh no, the Xoom is doomed! Doomed I say!
How dare Motorolla release a product that doesn't meet the established web standards. Who do they think they are telling us the consumer what does and...
Originally Posted by MicroNix
So what got put into perspective? Nothing until figures *post* iPhone 4 being released come out.
Actually the real test will be if the iPhone 5 can withstand the new Android devices being...
Originally Posted by nht
I think that with actual content producers (apps, movies, songs, etc) 30% isn't excessive and in some cases lower than what they have to pay using legacy channels.
For retail sellers this is a killer...
Originally Posted by tbsteph
As much as I despise parts of the newly enforced app store rules, I oppose government intervention. The Market will sort this out via their wallet.
With that said, the app store rules for content...
Originally Posted by jragosta
That's extremely misleading. That's only smartphone sales through dedicated app stores. Software purchased elsewhere is not listed.
Consider that Apple only has 25% of the smartphone market. Is it...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
A small survey of 40 Verizon iPhone 4 buyers on launch day found that just 8 percent were previously AT&T customers, compared to 18 percent with Sprint and 13 percent with T-Mobile.
It is funny because in-store sales and total sales will be several times any Android phone launch. The iPhone 4 is over 7 months old, and people call that laughable. It is laughable, but no tin the way they intend.
It is patheti-sad...
Originally Posted by chronster
Of course I do. You're biased. That's how that works.
Right here, you are literally talking out of your ass trying to find reasons to not like this thing, all based on opinion and assumptions...
Originally Posted by Menno
Actually the "much less" comment was a mistranslation. Sort of like the "return rate" was just another example of shoddy journalism.
And here's a little hint:
-If samsung sold...