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Posts by rp2011

Before entering an agreement is when one should cry foul, not after you had the cake and ate it.
As a big proponent of the larger screen since way back when you were called a troll for uttering such a thing, I bought and returned the 6 because I liked the IDEA of using a large iphone, but the reality once having iny hands and pockets is its not for ME. I personally think the device is too big and probably not break with my active lifestyle. There is also no way I could take it to the gym like I do my 5 or the 5s I exchanged it for. For most people the 6 is the perfect...
Yikes! I would hate my iPhone band to be peeling off like that. A new attenagate may be brewing if that is representative of the wear and tear we are in for. Not too mention it is just not the most elegant of iPhone. There could be a backlash at how low end this phone looks and how much it costs.
The Jumbo pad rumor was preposterous from the start, so no news there. And on the second rumor, I will give a far east source the benefit of the doubt on rumors happening on there side of the hemisphere, but having inside info from ARIZONA? ...Yeah right.
The orientation is fine, but the Pebble is still tacky useless garbage.
If you like the cheap look of generic RadioShack disposable gadgets and the Pebble's uselessness, I guess the Pebble is OK, but the nicest most modern wrist device by far right now is the new Galaxy Fit..and far more useful.
So when is Google not going to be evil. I thought it was their motto. Like "trust me" "I'm good for it" "just the tip"
I was about to say the same thing. Steve loved the gadgets he was creating and dreamed of them at night. His enthusiasm was obvious and contagious. When the passion and driving force move along, we get today's Microsoft.
There was no new ipod touch announced this year. I expect this "new" product to be a larger ipod touch
If Android was clear and "free" and without uncertainty, I would say it would not make sense. But, as Oracle, MS and Apple (indirectly) continue with their assault on Android, It sounds like Amazon, with it's heavy profitable content operation has what it takes to take Web OS where HP couldn't. If Android did not have any of the baggage, I would just say why bother? Just take Android from underneath Google and run with it, but that is not the case.
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