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    So will it make it to Treos in the next decade?
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    Scuba,
    it's probably just around the corner.....
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    If just around the corner = 2009 AT LEAST. Windows Mobile 6.1 = just around the corner.

    And that's engadget's words, not mine:

    http://www.engadget.com/2007/12/14/w...-two-versions/
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    Treo will not receive any additional OS upgrades.
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    My Treo will...a completely different phone!!!!!
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    Can anyone say iPhone ripoff?
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    Quote Originally Posted by silentz View Post
    Can anyone say iPhone ripoff?
    Wasn't the original PC Windows OS a ripoff of the Mac?? Are you surprised? Microsoft doesn't really innovate but they do seem to eventually get things figured out--if you are patient.
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    Am I the only one who doesn't see the big *#&+##* deal with multi-touch on a portable device? It's not one-handed and I think I'd want to use regular methods of entry after the initial hour of novelty wears off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dsol View Post
    Wasn't the original PC Windows OS a ripoff of the Mac??
    And Apple based MacOS on what they'd seen at Xerox PARC

    There are very few original ideas in the world
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    Quote Originally Posted by skfny View Post
    Am I the only one who doesn't see the big *#&+##* deal with multi-touch on a portable device? It's not one-handed and I think I'd want to use regular methods of entry after the initial hour of novelty wears off.
    After using an iPhone for a while, I can say that it has its advantages, believe me. Esp when surfing the web. Which is why Microsoft is copying it, and why their new PIE will be more safari-like.

    However, with the WM platform, you can also use keyboard input to navigate faster when need be. Which is HUGE, IMO.

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