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  1. #16
    Todd Allcock
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    Re: Verizon to offer YouTube on cell phones

    At 04 Dec 2006 12:21:14 -0800 g wrote:

    > Agreed that the darn things are too small (for my eyes and thumbs
    > anyway). However, I'm wondering if your wife has had occasion to see/use
    > any mobile search apps.


    Naaa, she just asks me to look things up on my phone! ;-)

    > I'm finding that I'm using even basic ones like Google (standing in the
    > aisle of the hardware store trying to decide about something or other),
    > Google Maps and GPS+Street Atlas a LOT... in spite of the silly little
    > screen.


    The small screens don't bother me- I'll be browsing at Border's or Barnes
    & Noble's books, and then buy online at their websites to get lower prices,

    and select "in-store pickup" and have my purchase waiting at the counter
    after I finish my coffee.

    > I also find it awfully convenient to check my mail while on-the-go.



    Agreed. I probably use e-mail on my phone more than on my PC now,
    especially since I found a decent freeware HTML-enabled e-mail app for my
    PPC phone. (QMail)

    > I think the novelty apps (YouTube?) will probably wane for me and I'm
    > not about to develop a large software project on one but have to admit
    > that I'm getting awfully accustomed to my smartphone/PDA.


    I think we just need to keep it in perspective- obviously the
    PPC/Smartphones aren't as capable as modern desktops, but I can get more
    work done on one than I could on, say, my first 286-based PC!






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  2. #17

    Re: Verizon to offer YouTube on cell phones

    Is that why you have service from SBC/ATT vs. Verizon?

    Tinman wrote:
    > "Todd W" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > Thats because verizon's data service is toy access. Currently, only Sprint
    > > offers a enterprise grade high speed data network.

    >
    > Yea but VZW has better customer service, and everyone knows that is all that
    > matters. <d&r>
    >
    >
    > --
    > Mike





  3. #18
    Tinman
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    Re: Verizon to offer YouTube on cell phones

    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Is that why you have service from SBC/ATT vs. Verizon?
    >


    "Meaningless questions for $1,000, Alex."


    --
    Mike







  4. #19
    Alex
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    Re: Verizon to offer YouTube on cell phones

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