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    For those who are particularly doom and gloom about the current and future success or failure of Palm and webOS, at least we don't have Android's problems to worry about.

    http://infoworld.com/d/mobilize/goog...rby-begins-863
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    wow. That's sad. Lol.
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    i for one, will be happy if the android os comes to a dreary demise. i never liked it.
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    So, those idiots at Palm may not be so idiotic after all?
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    This article is full of inaccuracies too. Journalism is dead.

    2.1 has not been released for ANY devices outside of the Nexus One.
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    O, things could be much worse.. Remember the time when the phone you bought was what you got? No updates, no nothing. Or the 'early' Sony Ericsson smartphones that were lucky enough to get maybe one update to fix only bugs?

    Yeah, we're all spoiled brats now..
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    Admittingly I have only used palm smartphones and have not gone to other devices it just shows you that no matter what you go with there is always going to be something.
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    I'm looking at my AT&T account online and i see a big ad for their first android device. The Motorolla Backflip. Interesting form factor i thought. As i read on about it, it's coming with android 1.5????

    What in the world? Why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cardfan View Post
    I'm looking at my AT&T account online and i see a big ad for their first android device. The Motorolla Backflip. Interesting form factor i thought. As i read on about it, it's coming with android 1.5????

    What in the world? Why?
    I will state though one of Palm's biggest pushes is to try to keep all devices on all carriers on the same version or relatively close as possible.

    Why?? Two reasons precisely.

    1. Tech Support - It is way to confusing to try to train agents to troubleshoot multiple versions of an operating system. To say that on these devices this is the OS they will support and on these devices they will support this and then to think there might not be any confusion is absurd

    2. End Users - Not only is it easier on agents to support the same webOS version on multiple carriers it's easier for the end user as well. Sure there are going to be differences between a Sprint flashed device and a Verizon flashed device, but when it comes down to it webOS is webOS it's still going to have synergy and all the basics are going to be the same so you know what to expect and what is to come from it.
    Ex HP webOS Tech Support

    5Ts: Five ways to get your webOS tablet working again: http://www.hpwebos.com/5Ts

    6Ts: Six ways to get your webOS phone working again: http://www.hpwebos.com/6Ts
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    i'd say catch a seat and grab some popcorn! its gonna be a fun show

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