Originally Posted by monstrosity
Some web sources are saying Sprint has exclusivity. I call BS on that.
BGR, for one, is running with the exclusivity angle. As an out-of-contract AT&T subscriber (and frequent traveler to...
Originally Posted by lilgto64
1. I don't think it is clear that Android sales have even equaled iOS sales yet: http://www.loopinsight.com/2011/04/2...-market-share/
2. from what dark hole of misinformation did you pull the...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
So who's gonna buy RIM?
Sounds to me like Google might try.
I think Apple certainly aught to.
Where's the value to Apple in that? Other than a valuable patent portfolio, RIM brings very...
Originally Posted by ChiA
I want a phone to carry in my pocket, not a tablet to carry in a separate bag, something with a 4.5 inch screen will be too unwieldy.
I don't believe people wish to return to the big bulky mobile...
Originally Posted by Chuck O. Jones
If your new employer insists you use your new smartphone for his purposes I would insist on him
not only reimbursing it's purchase but also reimbursing it's use in his service.
I start a new job next Tuesday that requires me to purchase either an iphone or a blackberry (the only two platforms supported by the IT dept) for use with our firm systems. The firm will reimburse the purchase.
I am done with the...
Originally Posted by smatanovic
Anyone know if iOS 5 supports multiple exchange accounts? iOS 4 and predecessors support only one at a time, which is a huge bummer. I have work and personal exchange accounts, and currently use...
Anyone know if iOS 5 supports multiple exchange accounts? iOS 4 and predecessors support only one at a time, which is a huge bummer. I have work and personal exchange accounts, and currently use a webOS handset (pre2) and can use them...