I think the broader the base, the quicker the funding, so I would recommend pushing for porting to OSX, Windows and perhaps even Android
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Oracle? So they can make some sense out of Niagara...
Sony? So they can make another poor decision...
...doesn't Keccak(*) sound a bit gay in Italian, Mr Bertoni?
Anyways, great job!! My security&safety uni exam is now even more obsolete
(*) prononuced as spelled, I've read the article
Resistance is futile....
I'll be in South Africa for some awesome adventurous awesomeness... But it will be winter there...
One does not simply go to "Italy"
Be precise!!! (And word of warning: bad mouth all the lakes except "Como"... )
If the issue is unskilled teachers, I don't think tablets can make miracles.
Rather, invest in long-distance video conferencing gear!
Oh... I thought this was about burying power cables... so that you stop getting blackouts every time a whiff of wind topples some tree along the street!
What about "traffic shaping" contracts?
"Cable providers have explored usage-priced pricing, but the idea has not been well received. There have been concerns that the companies were trying to raise their fees."
And instead they're doing it in order to save us money? When the whole debate stems from wireless companies having higher revenues?
By eliminating flat-rate they would be cutting out the main/only advantage wired connections have over wireless.
My point exactly. So called "business people" prefer a phone where they can muck around throwing birds left, right and centre and miss the occasional call because they forgot the phone charger at home... and RIM has fallen between the two proverbial stools not satisfying either need.
BB is a business phone, I think any attempt to make it more of a toy can only make matters worse.
Apple and Android are very tough competitors, no point aiming at ousting them.
Business people (if they exist, of course) need a phone which performs the usual basic office tasks, can be used a whole day without the battery dying and easily ties in to the corporate communications suite.
Given the USA's track record on terrorists, I think it would be safer if THEY shared the data with the EU!
Left hand on the gear stick? You sit facing backwards?!
Oh, wait, you said "real world"... where roundabouts rotate clockwise...