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Nokia Thinks Device Bans Are a Good Idea

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Hopefully people see this for what it is...

tjobrien21

Mar 7, 2013, 11:53 AM
Hopefully people see this for what it is. That being, nobody uses Nokia's stuff anymore... So they're hoping Samsung will be pushed out, or held at bay by device bans, giving them a chance to maybe grab some of those customers. It's sure as hell not because they agree with Apple.

Follow the money....
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mike87

Mar 7, 2013, 12:58 PM
I sure hope it's not because they agree with Apple. That would be going AGAINST what they said about "helping innovation", seeing as how Apple only steals ideas and innovates nothing, then tries to hinder true innovation such as, ummm, Smart stay, Eye tracking, new stylus pen functionality, Smart pause, etc... Samsung is the ONLY one of all three companies that see innovating at all.... shame on Nokia, they just lost my support.
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T Bone

Mar 7, 2013, 1:37 PM
I'm not a fan of the Apple company, I like some of their products, but I hate the company....

However it is not really fair to say that Apple doesn't innovate at all...

It is quite true that their rhetoric about how everything they do is 'revolutionary' is absurd and overblown....but whenever Apple steals something from someone else, they always add little tweaks and improvements to make it better...

What Apple is really good at is taking someone else's idea and then fine tuning it to make something better....
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LegendOfSteve

Mar 7, 2013, 2:48 PM
I can agree with this.

That's why I think their logo has a bite taken out of it. That bite was someone else's idea. Apple just added more. Or something.

Rolling Eyes Shut up.
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Haggard

Mar 7, 2013, 3:39 PM
still sucks for iOS. Gimme the features of SBSettings in Notification Center in stock iOS, that might keep me from jailbreaking.
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Sl1CK65

Mar 7, 2013, 7:00 PM
tjobrien21 said:
nobody uses Nokia's stuff anymore... So they're hoping Samsung will be pushed out, or held at bay by device bans, giving them a chance to maybe grab some of those customers. It's sure as hell not because they agree with Apple.

Follow the money....


Is a completely incorrect statement, now that Nokia has fully switched to WP8 there sales are going through the roof. The Lumia 920 is far superior to the GSIII. I have owned a GSIII and a iPhone, and i now use the Lumia 920, and it beats the GSIII in every category except number of apps and its growing by the day, Nokia is one of the very few true innovators, Samsung has some cool stuff that they have came out with for there phones, but its ...
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Vmac39

Mar 7, 2013, 8:54 PM
Agreed. Although, I've never used a GS3 myself, so I can't comment on that. However, from what I've seen so far, Android in general doesn't offer a whole lot more than maybe, few minor things than WP8. Even that gap will be closed and then some, with the next major update.

They're both great phones, I actually plan on upgrading my wife's HTC Inspire to GS3, if she wants it. She has expressed their interest in WP8, but I will let her decide for herself.
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