Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 18th Dec 2012 00:03 UTC
Microsoft Microsoft has just responded to Google's move regarding Exchange ActiveSync. Sadly, instead of addressing the very real problems consumers are about to face, Microsoft starts talking about switching to
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Fair enough, I think your positions are completely sensible. I think we differ a little bit, but its been more productive than not having a discussion with you.


I try to be as sensible as possible, which I know is not always easy on the forums. Actually I don't post very often but I decided to speak out of this since I have been reading so much about it recently. I always enjoy the various perspectives, even if we might differ in views.

I noticed your previous comment with the "**" being for Android users. The funny thing is, even though I support Google's choice on this, I am not a fan of Google, and don't use any of their services except for owning a Android phone. Even more, I don't like Android and looking to move to something new in the near future. The only current alternative I see right now for me to Android is the iPhone, because it has the apps I currently use on Android. Windows Phone (I do like the Lumia 920) doesn't have enough apps yet. The one I am looking at with curiosity is the new Blackberry 10. I like the fact it can run Android 2.3 apps, so it will be interesting to see if the developers repackage their Android apps for Blackberry store. If that happens it looks like I might go with Blackberry 10 since I will be able to continue with some of the same apps I already use.


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