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So, Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 OS right now does not support silly things like:
  • Cut-and-paste
  • App multitasking
  • Universal search
  • Flash or HTML 5
and yet critics are saying that this OS will allow Microsoft's partners to churn out iPhone killers?

Let's not forget, it's not an open source software, but you know, we won't bash closed systems unless we think we can get mileage out of accusing Apple.

And let's not get into the whole 'Android is open, therefore Android wins' argument.

I'll like to see, for example, any Android phone owner happily upgrading their older models to Froyo (Android 2.2).

Sorry, just calling out what I see as short-sighted reporting or commentary in the tech media.

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(Anonymous)
Dec. 6th, 2010 11:10 am (UTC)
Yeah such short sighted posts by pasty faced wintards are apt to be a common sight as you search through this universally windows centric world of ours. Unless these jokers get a flash of insight and realize that the success of Windows Phone 7 is not as cut and dried as it seems, we will continue to be bombarded by multiple sources where windows pundits continue to take the iPhone to task even as it keeps on winning over consumers with genuinely innovative hardware and software.
(Anonymous)
Jan. 7th, 2011 02:39 am (UTC)
Android does win...
And I happily upgraded to Froyo for that matter.

Gtalk/Gmail/Calendar/Contacts syncing rules...

- Snailmeat
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