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    I would like to see the $ 0.02 from all the naysayers.
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    With ATT and Verizon in the kitty , PALM will probably become the third strong platform after iPhone and BB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbp View Post
    With ATT and Verizon in the kitty , PALM will probably become the third strong platform after iPhone and BB.
    What about Android.
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    Keep in mind AT&T also announced Android phones too.
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    Dumb question here, their getting webOS devices. So webOS, is that the browser we use or is that the operating system that lets us multitask and all that good stuff? Like I said, dumb question
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiako View Post
    So you are saying it is going to beat out BB.
    I won't say it will beat in a year or two,
    But it will be closely running behind BB.

    OTOH , 90% of the BB's are not touchscreens yet. Which means they will be loosing in the 3D gaming and such.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MurrMan View Post
    Dumb question here, their getting webOS devices. So webOS, is that the browser we use or is that the operating system that lets us multitask and all that good stuff? Like I said, dumb question
    The operating system
    Palm III > HS Visor > Treo 600 > Treo 650 > Treo 750 > Treo Pro > PrePlus GSM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiako View Post
    What about Android.
    Android will be "Also Ran".
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    Quote Originally Posted by MurrMan View Post
    Dumb question here, their getting webOS devices. So webOS, is that the browser we use or is that the operating system that lets us multitask and all that good stuff? Like I said, dumb question
    It's the operating system.

    People force themselves onto ATT for the iphone. I don't see palm doing that well.
    Palm should focus on better'ing the phone first. That's my 2cents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MurrMan View Post
    Dumb question here, their getting webOS devices. So webOS, is that the browser we use or is that the operating system that lets us multitask and all that good stuff? Like I said, dumb question
    WebOS is Mobile Operating System from PALM. Not the browser.
    And the only two devices that run WebOS are "The Pre" and "The Pixi".

    I doubt PALM will come up with another phone in "First Half of 1010".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kedar View Post
    It's the operating system.

    People force themselves onto ATT for the iphone. I don't see palm doing that well.
    Palm should focus on better'ing the phone first. That's my 2cents.

    Thanks man
    I will add the $ 0.02 to the total.

    If you can wait till tomorrow, you might be hearing a new phone or a better Pre.
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    They should have another phone in 2010 .. It will be a year and the Pre wil l be old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MurrMan View Post
    Dumb question here, their getting webOS devices. So webOS, is that the browser we use or is that the operating system that lets us multitask and all that good stuff? Like I said, dumb question
    Nothing wrong with asking if you don't know.

    Web OS is the operating system on the Pre and Pixi (and those are the only two devices that currently use it).
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneDeep View Post
    They should have another phone in 2010 .. It will be a year and the Pre wil l be old.
    I wish they come up with a new phone that has a 1.6 GHz processor with a 4 inch screen.
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    I would love to see that simultaneous "TALK" and "BROWSE" on the Pre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hparsons View Post
    Nothing wrong with asking if you don't know.

    Web OS is the operating system on the Pre and Pixi (and those are the only two devices that currently use it).
    We might get a third one.
    Wait till tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbp View Post
    We might get a third one.
    Wait till tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbp View Post
    I would love to see that simultaneous "TALK" and "BROWSE" on the Pre.
    A HSDPA Pre on AT&T will be able to do just that. Once you dump CDMA, it all just works.
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    AT&T Bombshell: Android, webOS Coming Soon

    Posted by Eric Zeman, Jan 6, 2010 01:41 PM Information Week.

    AT&T dropped a bomb on the mobile industry during its press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show. It plans to offer five Android handsets from Dell, HTC and Motorola by June, and two Palm webOS devices "soon."



    Now we're talking. AT&T is moving full steam ahead to refresh its lineup of smartphones. Today the company said that it will have five Android handsets available for sale in the first half of 2010. Those devices will come from Dell (!!!), HTC and Motorola.

    AT&T didn't provide a lot of information about the devices themselves. AT&T said in a statement, "AT&T will further its leadership in smartphones with the planned launch of five new devices from Dell, HTC and Motorola based on the Android platform. Those devices, which are scheduled to be available during the first half of 2010, include: A Motorola smartphone, powered by MOTOBLUR, with a unique form factor and an AT&T exclusive; Dell’s first smartphone, based on the Android platform and an AT&T exclusive; and an HTC smartphone, based on the Android platform, and an AT&T exclusive. Customers can sign up for email notifications as more details are available at www.att.com/android."

    This is huge news for AT&T. But there's more.

    AT&T also says it is going to support carrier billing not only for Google's Android Market, but for Nokia's Ovi Store as well. Nokia's Ovi Store, in particular, needs this sort of foothold in the U.S. market. That's a major win for Nokia, no doubt.

    Last, AT&T's CEO Ralph de la Vega said that the company plans to offer not one, but two, webOS devices from Palm "soon." Since Palm is expected to announce a new distribution deal with Verizon this week, things are suddenly looking up for Palm.

    Big news indeed.
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