Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 3rd May 2011 18:50 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Research In Motion is holding its big event right now, BlackBerry World 2011, and some interesting things have already come out. First, RIM is entering into a rather pervasive partnership with Microsoft to make Bing the default through all levels of the BlackBerry operating system (includig the QNX-based one). Second, the first piece of videographic evidence of Android applications running on the PlayBook.
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bing.. yuck
by andih on Tue 3rd May 2011 22:24 UTC
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Well google could need some competition I really agree to that Thom ;) , but please not more Microsoft... MS is destroing whatever they touch. I hate them for what they do to file standards e.g.

I was helping somebody with MS-publisher today. It would not accepting saving to pdf.. ps was ok, but not without shoving it up som printerarse... Sad thing is user will continue using this sht because she is used to ms and getting screwed by ms, and even paying for it.

Until now google have been playing pretty nice compared too apple, sco ms.. I just wish there were another company like google competing making good products.

Until MS start using real open formats and making progress because of good software and products and not bullying and making a format mess imposing their standards, ill hate them with passion.

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