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    There is no carrierIQ in webOS
    That is an official answer from Palm. Saga ended. No carrier IQ on webOS devices.

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  2. #22  
    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    That is an official answer from Palm. Saga ended. No carrier IQ on webOS devices.

    -- Rod
    Fantastic to hear.
  3. #23  
    Can/does Android 'interface' in any way with webOS?

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  4. #24  
    You mean a CM7/webOS dual-boot? No.
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    CM7 is unlikely to have CarrierIQ in it anyway. Its certainly not in my HTC Desire build which is CM7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenskinredeyez View Post
    Lawsuits looming against CarrierIQ?
    As detestable as their product is, I fail to see the reasons for the frenzy. It is useless and misguided as it mostly takes all four carriers out of the equation. The problem began w/ the carriers themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by p41m3r View Post
    As detestable as their product is, I fail to see the reasons for the frenzy. It is useless and misguided as it mostly takes all four carriers out of the equation. The problem began w/ the carriers themselves.
    Very true, they did make the software but it was the carriers who have been installing the crap on our phones along with the rest of the bloatware.

    IMO, carrier IQ should be stopped and shamed but it should be the carriers who are fined and bought to justice.
  8. #29  
    Quote Originally Posted by bhern View Post
    There is no carrierIQ in webOS
    then if I put on dual boot android a3 do I get it or what??

    but: while fiddling around, I found this...

    http://www.cyanogenmod.com/blog/cyan...ave-carrier-iq

    but then I saw this...

    http://articles.businessinsider.com/...kberry-devices

    and in the video about carrierIQ here:



    did I spot a Touchpad on the table ??
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    Julian Assange sums it up:



  10. #31  
    not Julian Assange for goodness sake ...indicted for an international felony (admittedly not yet convicted) but not where I go first for information about this matter...

    Quote Originally Posted by Mutoidi View Post
    Julian Assange sums it up:



  11. #32  
    Quote Originally Posted by patapoof View Post
    not Julian Assange for goodness sake ...indicted for an international felony (admittedly not yet convicted) but not where I go first for information about this matter...
    Let's see how it turns out..
    At least there is a little more 'awareness' out there now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    That is an official answer from Palm. Saga ended. No carrier IQ on webOS devices.

    -- Rod
    However, IIRC, RIM denied it as well, (and another company I can't recall atm)
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    Quote Originally Posted by xandros9 View Post
    However, IIRC, RIM denied it as well, (and another company I can't recall atm)
    We've had it confirmed through a number of channels:

    1) official statement
    2) discussions with engineers in confidence
    3) examination of the firmware ourselves.

    It's not there. End of story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    We've had it confirmed through a number of channels:

    1) official statement
    2) discussions with engineers in confidence
    3) examination of the firmware ourselves.

    It's not there. End of story.

    -- Rod
    I believe you Rod.
    (Because I got some impressions of your depth of webOS knowledge.)

    However, I am still a bit confused, by Carrier IQ's Video ....

    Quote Originally Posted by patapoof View Post
    then if I put on dual boot android a3 do I get it or what??

    ...and in the video about carrierIQ here:



    did I spot a Touchpad on the table ??
    ...showing a HP Veer, HP Pre3 and a HP TouchPad (around: 01:05...01:07).

    Just a curious feeling.
  15. #36  
    Quote Originally Posted by rgloor View Post
    I believe you Rod.
    (Because I got some impressions of your depth of webOS knowledge.)

    However, I am still a bit confused, by Carrier IQ's Video ....

    ...showing a HP Veer, HP Pre3 and a HP TouchPad (around: 01:05...01:07).
    Yes, I actually tweeted that video very early in the Carrier IQ saga, and I have now deduced why they show those devices:

    Carrier IQ is not allowed to disclose who it's customers are (this was discovered by The Verge when they interviewed Carrier IQ). By showing devices in their video that are made by a company that is *not* their customer, they don't break that agreement with their real customers.

    -- Rod
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