10-12-2011 04:29 PM
- Just saw this article, made me wretch. Especially the comments. At the first one says that Mango already has the "revolutionary" feature ios will.
Sent from my non mindless sheep iphone Samsung Focus using Board Express10-03-2011 11:31 AM
- That's pretty funny. The only reason articles like this get posted is because any article about apple gets about 746287493638 hits. The only way to stop it is to not click on it. So I'll do my part and summarize so nobody has to read it.
"Apple investor says you should buy more iPhones"
There, now you don't have to read it ;)
Sent from my HTC Trophy using Board Express10-04-2011 01:47 AMLike 4
- 10-09-2011 03:08 PM
You need to relax, guy - if you go through life getting worked up every time someone suggests MS aren't perfect you're going to have a heart attack! :)10-10-2011 01:54 AM
- I've seen the demos and read all the tech site reviews of their hands-on experiences. So unless literally everyone is lying, it is more advanced.
You need to relax, guy - if you go through life getting worked up every time someone suggests MS aren't perfect you're going to have a heart attack! :)10-10-2011 02:34 AM
- True, Siri does look amazing, and it does appear to have more features than Windows Phone's voice control system.
All we know about it so far is what we have seen in the ads and videos. Now, of course, they can't market something that doesn't exist, so I'm sure the features are amazing, but I highly doubt that it works as magically as suggested.
The other thing. Just like Windows Phone's voice control system, it is more of a marketing thing than an actual feature that people use day in and day out. It is just one portion of an amazing OS. Personally, I primarily only use the voice commands when I am driving for making calls and composing SMS. If I ever use the other features, it is just to show someone the capability.
Tech gadgets are sold because they do something that someone needs or (more often) wants. Apple is just plain and simple better at marketing than Microsoft. (And Siri is probably better than Tell Me.) :-(10-10-2011 09:55 PM
Sent from my iPod touch using Tapatalk10-10-2011 10:57 PM
- No it doesn't have Siri. It doesnt even have anything comparable to vlingo. I mean. It's really not about new features. It's missing features from iOS 4.3.5 as well.
Who cares. Just get what you prefer to use. There's nothing wrong with liking something different, even if you're in the minority.
And I'm posting from this device because board express pro on wp7 is super-terrible and is long due for an update. Why didn't the tapatalk people develop their own wp7 app?
Sent from my iPod touch using Tapatalk10-11-2011 03:02 AM
I think it'll be a feature that stuns people when they see/try it for the first time, much like the first time I saw WordLens running on an iPhone.10-11-2011 03:39 AM
- Not quite true - quite a few tech sites have had hands-on time with it and it pretty much worked as expected. And this is a beta and the software is still learning.
I think it'll be a feature that stuns people when they see/try it for the first time, much like the first time I saw WordLens running on an iPhone.
In the eyes of most of the public, it is just this intangible theoretical new "thing" that looks really cool. I'm sure it works well. It is still not a reality for most people. Still in the fantasy stage.
I understand how what I'm saying could be considered splitting hairs, so I'll just leave it at that... ;)10-11-2011 05:30 AM
- You know... I went through 4 iPhones in about 2 years. The build quality feels solid looks solid, in all actuality, it was the worst phone I ever owned. I know perhaps my experience was unique. I didn't like iPhone from a hardware perspective, or from the iOs perspective. I hated the android os, although they do get the better hardware simply due to overwhelming popularity.
About 5 months ago my wife and I switched back to att. As students we didn't have much extra cash to drop on phones, so my wife clicked on several phones which were free at the time, she was unaware that they were wp7's.
When we got the phones I immediately got irritated that she hadnt clicked on android phones, and instead had picked these wp7 devices. I didn't care about wp7, I didn't want to. I immediately vowed to use our 30 day exchanges and get androids. But it didn't exactly work out that way.
I was terribly busy at the time and didn't get around to it. After about a week I realized that Microsoft was truly on to something. Aside from missing features I had absolutely no complaints, once again I could almost flawlessly text at speed, use everything on the phone without errors, and within a week I had also accidently ran over my wife's phone with the car. Screen cracked, body cracked, her phone still displays and works fine. We love our Samsung foci and we will never judge a phone by its os again.10-12-2011 12:18 AM
Apple Buys Siri, A Mobile Assistant App, As War With Google Heats Up - Business Insider
All they did was integrate it into iOS and THAT is the big change. lol....10-12-2011 04:29 PM
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