Linked by David Adams on Tue 25th May 2010 04:07 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Over at Daringfireball this past weekend, John Gruber put words to what many people are thinking about after Google's rush of Android announcements and not-subtle Apple-bashing at this week's I/O conference: "all-out war." I agree with Gruber that a good old-fashioned bitter rivalry could be a great thing for the computing world, and for smartphone/handheld fans in particular.
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"Purchasing Power" and "Product/Market Choice" are two very different things. Also I am talking about the smart phone market, not the throwaway plain cell phone market. Two very different spaces in cost and user/carrier behavior.

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Not really. I have a 10$ phone that is smaller, faster, lighter and has more features than an iPhone. It is not advertised as a "smartphone", firstly because it is too small for most apps, and secondly because being more powerful than an iPhone only makes it an average phone.

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