The iPhone Is Not a Smart Phone - 07 Aug 2007Commented on: 9 years ago
(August 14, 2007)
reasonable article, but still a bit too much like typical microsoft FUD- it's written with a too-negative attitude and doesn't seem to be very well balanced.
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