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    Quote Originally Posted by KAPS View Post
    Yeah the same way Touchpad is a serious contender.
    Let Playbook fulfill all its promise and let Touchpad come out this summer and then we will talk.

    Btw you don't know the saying, Promises are meant to be broken.
    TouchPad is a serious contender too but right now TouchPad still doesn't have any apps. For PlayBook, it's not a perfect solution, they have dipped into thousands of Android apps to play with, until they get their own native apps. If you look at the developers interest, there's far more developer interest in Playbook than webOS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samab View Post
    The present is a difficult OS transition. It is going to be long and RIM is going to **** off a lot of developers --- just like the mojo to enyo transition.
    The same way RIM is getting their *** kicked in India and the Middle East.
    The same way Blackberry OS6.1 is now Blackberry OS7.
    The same way a Blackberry phone launched 9 months back can't get the new OS.
    The same way RIM has 3 OS running parallely right now.

    Rest in Hell RIM.

    Bye for now got to sleep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by passlogix View Post
    TouchPad is a serious contender too but right now TouchPad still doesn't have any apps. For PlayBook, it's not a perfect solution, they have dipped into thousands of Android apps to play with, until they get their own native apps. If you look at the developers interest, there's far more developer interest in Playbook than webOS.
    Yeah right Playbook has last.fm app, Time Inc apps, Kindle app and so on. You r definitely right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KAPS View Post
    Yeah the same way Touchpad is a serious contender.
    Let Playbook fulfill all its promise and let Touchpad come out this summer and then we will talk.

    Btw you don't know the saying, Promises are meant to be broken.
    Broken promises don't upset me. I just think, why did they believe me?
    -- Jack Handy

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    Quote Originally Posted by KAPS View Post
    The same way RIM is getting their *** kicked in India and the Middle East.
    The same way Blackberry OS6.1 is now Blackberry OS7.
    The same way a Blackberry phone launched 9 months back can't get the new OS.
    The same way RIM has 3 OS running parallely right now.

    Rest in Hell RIM.

    Bye for now got to sleep.
    It cuts both ways.

    If Palm ain't getting their *** kicked in India and the Middle East --- it also means that their so-called email is not that secure.

    It took Google like a couple of years to go to Chrome 11. Numbering is all inflated.

    The Blackberry Torch has a 600 MHz CPU that is the speed as the original Palm Pre --- which has been stuck at webos 1.4.5.

    OS Transition is going to be difficult --- the Playbook is not small enough yet. As QNX gets further and further away from the laptop-esque tablet devices and going into cell phones --- the advantages of having an embedded OS will shine stronger and stronger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samab View Post
    It cuts both ways.

    If Palm ain't getting their *** kicked in India and the Middle East --- it also means that their so-called email is not that secure.

    It took Google like a couple of years to go to Chrome 11. Numbering is all inflated.

    The Blackberry Torch has a 600 MHz CPU that is the speed as the original Palm Pre --- which has been stuck at webos 1.4.5.

    OS Transition is going to be difficult --- the Playbook is not small enough yet. As QNX gets further and further away from the laptop-esque tablet devices and going into cell phones --- the advantages of having an embedded OS will shine stronger and stronger.
    Making a ****ty device called Blackberry torch having 600MHz CPU processor in 2010, now what should we expect from this ****ty company named RIM.
    iPhone 4 in 2010 had 1GHZ processor and a powerful GPU, RIM can't even copy that.
    It has been 4 years and RIM still doesn't have a competitor to iPhone.


    RIM is the dead great great great great grandfather of smartphones.
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