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Nokia Pits Lumia 900 Against Apple iPhone
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AustinIT
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4/4/2012 | 12:22:35 PM
re: Nokia Pits Lumia 900 Against Apple iPhone
Pre-ordered mine a couple of days ago. Said it will ship 04/05. We'll see if AT&T makes (or breaks) the user experience.

Update: Received my new phone Friday 04/06 midday. Right on time. Free expedited shipping. Getting ready to fire it up and see what it's all about.
kafantaris
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4/4/2012 | 4:36:15 AM
re: Nokia Pits Lumia 900 Against Apple iPhone
In the beginning, the best mouse trap made the beaten path.
Then the beaten path was deemed to make the best mouse trap.
Soon, perceived goodness replaced actual goodness, and actual goodness itself no longer seems to matter.
So don't bother us with the facts.
Can't you see we are content already in our present fantasy.
msbpodcast
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4/3/2012 | 5:03:50 PM
re: Nokia Pits Lumia 900 Against Apple iPhone
I hate to say this but Nokia is likely to be disappointed in its partner.

Microsoft is not going to help them point the stellar numbers that they need.

Microsoft is not the brand that they really want associated with Nokia products. Microsoft and Windows have had plenty of failures in every other domain than the PC market (and even at that none outside the corporate market [people don't buy Microsoft, they buy PCs and OEMs buy Windows because it saves them from designing their OS themselves, {and people don't upgrade their software they buy whatever comes with the PC.}])

People use Windows but, like a sheet of glass; they don't see windows, they see an ugly gray or beige box down around their ankle.


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