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Captain Obvious
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why do you hate droids?

 

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tomk96 said:
why do you hate droids?

Those aren't the droids you're looking for.
 

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donuts?
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
i am evaluating the iPhone in the corporate environment - it's ok - the Blackberry is more secure with how it gets it's email - well, the fact we have to go thru Blackberry's inertnet servers is a bit of a hassle... and that we have to run a server with their enterprise software that phones home to them...

the user experience is much better on the iPhone - it eats the snot out of the BB.
 

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No hero that's understood
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It appears you are an AT&T customer. Check out the new Samsung Android phone too.
 

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If the rest of your house looks like an Apple Store, then iPhone for sure! :) Oh wait, I'm over 40 and can't use emoticons. LOL!

Cheers,
Mike
 

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mbcracken said:
If the rest of your house looks like an Apple Store, then iPhone for sure! :) Oh wait, I'm over 40 and can't use emoticons. LOL!

Cheers,
Mike
Woah, woah... "LOL"? Don't make me get off this bike.
 

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asciibaron said:
we don't support those :rolleyes:

I don't understand. iPhone uses ActiveSync to connect to Exchange. Android uses ActiveSync to connect to Exchange.
 

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if you have to ask, then you don't deserve an iphone.
 

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JaiLeR said:
Sorry I had to. Yes if your with att then i agree, check out the new samsung android phone. open source FTW!!

Um Android is not open source.

It is a privately developed platform that uses FOSS components. Android is to Linux what OSX is to BSD in this regard. Granted Google is a bit more flexible about what you can do, but it still is NOT open source, not yet.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/07/22/android_open_development/

Google for a LONG time has refused to share driver code. Though hopefully they'll start giving back and not just taking others work. A while back the LKML and Torvalds dropped Android device support because of the lack of drivers....Google also engineered it to be nearly impossible to make Android drivers work with the Linux kernel due to PITA "security" "features".

http://blogs.computerworld.com/16000/android_and_linux_are_growing_back_together
 

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donuts?
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KenB said:
I don't understand. iPhone uses ActiveSync to connect to Exchange. Android uses ActiveSync to connect to Exchange.
i know. we don't support the Android. do you understand now?
 

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KenB said:
I don't understand. iPhone uses ActiveSync to connect to Exchange. Android uses ActiveSync to connect to Exchange.
asciibaron said:
i know. we don't support the Android. do you understand now?
If you Understand. Things Are just as the Are.

If you do not Understand. Things Are just as they Are.
 

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Marc said:
If you Understand. Things Are just as the Are.

If you do not Understand. Things Are just as they Are.
the policy is the policy because it's the policy.
 

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asciibaron said:
the policy is the policy because it's the policy.
Because anything else would save Time, Money, Effort, and Make Sense.
 

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btw - the iPhone i'm testing is rocking my foice.

having an iPod built in is bacon on the cake.
 
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