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    The Bob
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  2. #2
    4phun
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    Re: What? No comment from the fanbois on this?

    On May 31, 10:37*am, The Bob <[email protected]> wrote:
    > RIM, Palm grab iPhone market share
    >
    > http://money.cnn.com/2008/05/30/tech...dex.htm?postve...
    > 2008053018


    In Search of the Super Easy Super-Phone

    computerworld.com What users are clamoring for is a phone with a
    beautiful screen and a brain-dead-simple user interface like the
    iPhone, with the core business functionality and keyboard performance
    of a BlackBerry and the high-quality camera of some of the LG phones.
    We want GPS, 3G and great media management. Who will get there first?
    Prediction: Apple.

    --

    Note Palm is history in July when iPhone is able to run all Palm apps
    up to 400% faster than the orignal Palm with a bigger screen and an
    improved interface. Even faster than Palm's latest and greatest.

    That is nice since I like most people have Palm software laying in my
    bookcase. I never got rid of it after getting rid of the Palm.





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    Kurt
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    Re: What? No comment from the fanbois on this?

    In article
    <[email protected]m>,
    4phun <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On May 31, 10:37*am, The Bob <[email protected]> wrote:
    > > RIM, Palm grab iPhone market share
    > >
    > > http://money.cnn.com/2008/05/30/tech...dex.htm?postve...
    > > 2008053018

    >
    > In Search of the Super Easy Super-Phone
    >
    > computerworld.com What users are clamoring for is a phone with a
    > beautiful screen and a brain-dead-simple user interface like the
    > iPhone, with the core business functionality and keyboard performance
    > of a BlackBerry and the high-quality camera of some of the LG phones.
    > We want GPS, 3G and great media management. Who will get there first?
    > Prediction: Apple.
    >
    > --
    >
    > Note Palm is history in July when iPhone is able to run all Palm apps
    > up to 400% faster than the orignal Palm with a bigger screen and an
    > improved interface. Even faster than Palm's latest and greatest.
    >
    > That is nice since I like most people have Palm software laying in my
    > bookcase. I never got rid of it after getting rid of the Palm.


    But a few of the Palm programs i had were also unstable and often
    crashed my Treo.
    The beauty of the iPhone is that you don't have this problem

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  4. #4
    Larry
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    Re: What? No comment from the fanbois on this?

    Kurt <[email protected]> wrote in news:labolide-AAAECF.07041202062008
    @news.giganews.com:

    > But a few of the Palm programs i had were also unstable and often
    > crashed my Treo.
    > The beauty of the iPhone is that you don't have this problem
    >
    >


    My car had trouble with dirt in the gas clogging the fuel injection.

    So, I bought an Ultra 5000 that doesn't let me put gas in the tank so the
    engine can run. It sits in my driveway where the dealer's towtruck left it
    and never suffers from clogged fuel injection any more.

    Isn't that great?!!

    How stupid......

    iPhone doesn't let you put gas in the tank, either.....




  5. #5
    Todd Allcock
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    Re: What? No comment from the fanbois on this?

    At 31 May 2008 08:33:29 -0700 4phun wrote:


    > In Search of the Super Easy Super-Phone
    >
    > computerworld.com — What users are clamoring for is a phone with a
    > beautiful screen and a brain-dead-simple user interface like the
    > iPhone, with the core business functionality and keyboard performance
    > of a BlackBerry and the high-quality camera of some of the LG phones.
    > We want GPS, 3G and great media management. Who will get there first?
    > Prediction: Apple.



    So, essentially they're saying that no one, not even Apple, has got it
    quite right yet...


    > Note Palm is history in July when iPhone is able to run all Palm apps
    > up to 400% faster than the orignal Palm


    You realize the "original Palm" is over a decade old, and modern Palms are
    far more than "400% faster" than the original Palm Pilot, right?

    My WinMo phone emulates an original IBM XT at about "300% faster" than the
    speed of the original 8088-based PC. It hasn't exactly made the Wintel
    cartel "history."


    > with a bigger screen and an
    > improved interface. Even faster than Palm's latest and greatest.


    Um, no, it isn't.

    A modern Palm runs rings around a Palm emulator.


    > That is nice since I like most people have Palm software laying in my
    > bookcase. I never got rid of it after getting rid of the Palm.



    So, in effect, you're saying your $500 iPhone can't perform many of the
    tasks your $99 Palm did, so you need to run an emulator to correct the
    shortcomings? Shocking...







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