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Old 09-29-2009, 02:33 PM
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Microsoft should buy Palm to resurrect Windows Mobile

Interesting blog from TechRepublic. Hope I don't have to go back to using a Palm or <shiver> a Blackberry!

"The platforms in the strongest position are the Apple iPhone and RIM’s BlackBerry. The platforms that have some momentum but are still vulnerable are Google Android and Palm webOS. The platforms that are most at risk and are struggling the most technologically are Nokia’s Symbian and Microsoft’s Windows Mobile." ..... read the rest here
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Old 09-29-2009, 03:44 PM
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Re: Microsoft should buy Palm to resurrect Windows Mobile

It's too late for them. If WM7 doesn't release on time and release WELL, they're done in the mobile phone OS market. End of story.

They don't have time to buy Palm (plus, it'll never happen) and have them develop an operating system for them. Unless they bought Palm and released WebOS as WM7
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Old 09-29-2009, 05:53 PM
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Re: Microsoft should buy Palm to resurrect Windows Mobile

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It's too late for them. If WM7 doesn't release on time and release WELL, they're done in the mobile phone OS market. End of story.

They don't have time to buy Palm (plus, it'll never happen) and have them develop an operating system for them. Unless they bought Palm and released WebOS as WM7
MS would only destroy what good things that are happening at Palm!! MS have is a stomach with their products, they turn to Sh#*#...
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Old 09-30-2009, 04:28 PM
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Re: Microsoft should buy Palm to resurrect Windows Mobile

That doesnt sound too bad but what about their partners? Htc would feel betrayed and then they'll stick with Google
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