- Install Android on your iPhone 3G today!
- Android 2.2 Froyo May Finally Outdo Apple’s iPhone
- HTC Vision rumored to be a Desire with QWERTY keypad
- Google Takes on Apple TV with Web-Based TV Service (NewsFactor)
- AT&T to raise fees for iPhone contract breakers (AP)
- Analyst: Apple Selling More iPads Than Macs
- Apple drops 'Get a Mac' for 'Why you'll love a Mac' (Macworld.com)
- App Industry Roundup: Google TV and the Android update
- Android 2.2 and what it means for apps
- Android Music Store to Take on Apple iTunes (PC World)
- What is Google TV?
- Former RIM exec accused of insider trading
- Has the iPhone lost its cool?
- Google Outlines Feature Set For Android 2.2
- Google bringing Web to TV set
– For all those that are interested!
– I would love to see a WELL DONE physical keyboard on one of these phones. I didn’t like the keyboard on the Droid. The best keyboard I’ve seen in a log time is still on the LG (N)V. Rival that, and you’ll have a customer.
– Hm, I wonder how things would go for Apple if Google decided that they’re not going to let Apple use their tools anymore? Apple has blocked Google’s attempts to put applications on the iPhone/iPod. Maybe Google should take their other tools off as well. No more Google Maps or Youtube on the iPhone/iPod/iPad? See how that affects sales.
– Sheesh, looks like I’m not breaking my contract any time soon. Any carriers looking to pay breakage fees to get new customers on their network?
– Same crap.
– Personally, I HATE iTunes. I’ve talked to many Apple fans that consider it a “benefit” of the iPhone, but I consider it a negative. Hopefully, Google can come up with something better.
– iPhone has definitely lost it’s cool. While I think this is an interesting read, the author proposes that the iPhone might make a recovery, basing this on the possibility that the iPhone might be going to Verizon. This rumor is nothing more than that, and we already know that the iPhone exclusivity agreement continues to the end of 2012. I’m not seeing Verizon bailing out Apple any time soon. By the time Verizon comes into the equation, it will probably be to late for the iPhone.
– Ain’t that the truth?