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– Unfortunately, I agree with this. The Nexus One could have really made an impact on the market (and it may have more technilogically than sales) if they’d have actually put it in an actual brick building and sold it.
– Good choice!
– Not sure what I think of the “Digital Pen” thing. PalmPad? Kinda lame, but still better than iPad. We’ll wait and see.
– I think he’s trying to make something out of nothing, but I imagine that there are people out there that are concerned about this stuff. Given, those people are not your average consumers.
– Sweeeeet. The more the better. The more customers you have with the phone, the more motivation there is to write apps for that phone. Since there are now Droids (or more accurately Androids) on every network, they’re becoming more and more attractive to developers. Especially when you consider the draconian policies Apple holds over your head, and the fact that they’re one phone on one network.
– Your chance to complain if you wanna.