Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 29th Mar 2010 09:48 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless There are various trains of thought regarding Apple suing HTC, and one of them is that Apple feels threatened by Android's rise in popularity. Some laughed this away, but when you look at recent statistics regarding mobile web usage, it becomes pretty clear Apple has every reason to feel threatened by Google's mobile operating system.
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RE[2]: iPhone vs. Android
by scofmb on Mon 29th Mar 2010 18:04 UTC in reply to "RE: iPhone vs. Android"
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Multitasking is really usefull and you didnt give any reason to disagree.. i love been able to browser, copy some txt i want and paste it in evernote.... i know you can do that in the iphone, but here u dont need to "close" the browser.
or reading an epub, find a word i dont know and go to search for a definition in google without having to wait to the app to load.

Sry.. multitasking is really useful for me and im not a techsaavy.

and btw, checking your comments.. do you work for apple? u only comment on news related to them and only to praise them

Edited 2010-03-29 18:07 UTC

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RE[3]: iPhone vs. Android
by Chaos_One on Tue 30th Mar 2010 06:33 in reply to "RE[2]: iPhone vs. Android"
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Actually, Safari on the iPhone doesn't get closed when you switch to another application. Safari, Mail and the music player all keep running in the background.

I don't miss multitasking on my iPhone. It would be nice to have it on the iPad though, but I single task on my iPhone.

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