Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Sep 2009 15:01 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Over the past few days, we've seen yet another rollercoaster ride in Apple's App Store. The fully licensed Commodore 64 emulator, which was rejected earlier this year, was admitted into the App Store yesterday, only to be removed this morning. This tug of war between Apple and its 3rd party developers is getting a bit old, so let's take a look at a company that treats its 3rd party developers right: Palm.
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Very good post. Witty and insightful at the same time.

I admit though that I am one of the - perhaps few - who will be leaving my iphone behind in October. I think its a case of what Apple did well is no longer relevant and all I see are the limitations now. And by limitations I do not mean not being able to install a basic interpreter. I am talking more about utility/functionality.

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hankheathen Member since:

Thank you.

It's a pain when a fairly expensive piece of kit ultimately doesn't meet your requirements. Despite the public perception (spurred by marketing and media hype), the iPhone isn't for anyone

I hope your next phone is better suited to your needs - if it's any consolation you'll probably get some reasonable coin back if you sell your iPhone.

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