7 posts • joined 18 Jan 2009
Nokia N900 for sale... in January
... mine that is. Placed my order back in September and 80 days later Nokia is still announcing delays. Damn, even poor 'ole Motorola managed to announce and ship the Droid during this time.
Seeing that Maemo developers already have their second N900 from Nokia doesn't help either. It simply sucks being a Nokia customer.
N900 might be a fine peace of tech, but I'm sick of waiting and I have no sympathy left for it.
Job well failed, Nokia.
@ Jason Hall
First generation? More like 4th generation, I'd say - after N770, N800 and N810. It's the first Maemo phone, that's true. But no reports as of yet of any phone-related issues on the device. Nokia gave 300 of those during the Maemo summit and any major problems would've surfaced by now.
There's a place for that...
... in the footnotes of computer history.
Apple won't support it for obvious reasons.
Microsoft will not support it as they want the C# crowd to do Windows Mobile development.
The Open Source community won't support it, as it's not open source.
Novell, do you feel lonely already?
By the way, Mono is already available for the N810, so I'm impatient to order the N900 after the price settles down a bit.
Maybe he means the Dev channel?
Bill, because IE should have been a WebKit browser by now :)
The curious case of IE6
Great stuff indeed. Now the question remain - with so many excellent browsers out there, why IE6 still lives on?
Paris, because she always follows the latest trends.
"Your drive IS affected"
Still working flawlessly, though. I'm not sure why they didn't make the update publicly available. Their support staff is in for a bad week.
Paris, because she's so lucky.
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