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No Google, No Microsoft, No Problem: MWC 2013
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FritzNelson
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FritzNelson,
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3/7/2013 | 1:05:17 AM
re: No Google, No Microsoft, No Problem: MWC 2013
Some of these companies, like Lenovo and Huawei and Alcatel-Lucent are creating huge smartphones that would be classified as the "phablet." I think most companies will have at least one of those in their arsenal. I think if people feel they can have one device that serves as both phone and tablet, and have a bluetooth headset, they'll embrace it.
lgarey@techweb.com
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lgarey@techweb.com,
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3/6/2013 | 5:26:12 PM
re: No Google, No Microsoft, No Problem: MWC 2013
Did you see a lot of "phablets"? If these were sold with color-coordinated bluetooth headsets that somehow smoothly integrated into the device with a nice hand feel, talk about sky's the limit. Apple who? Lorna Garey, IW Reports.


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