Sep 29th 2009 7:58AM It's comments like these that hurt the community. I am a big supporter of Cyanogen and his work and your comment does nothing to help the situation. If anything, you brought this conversation into the gutter where your mindset obviously sits.
Sep 29th 2009 7:43AM You're going to tell me Microsoft DOESN'T mind warez? That is basically what this situation is with Cyan's ROM (which I use and don't agree with Google on) but hey, it's their software which isn't open source.
Sep 25th 2009 2:34AM or a G1...
Sep 25th 2009 2:27AM @Jeff: Not many people use a business phone 100% for business. Some people (depending on their business) use Flash for work.
On the note of Exchange, HTC has great Exchange functionality. There are also full mail apps developed specifically for Android that have full Exchange/ActiveSync compatibility. I am using one of those apps now to fully sync mail, contacts, calendar and tasks.
Sep 25th 2009 1:51AM Android does everything the Pre/iPhone/WinMo phones can do and much more is possible.
Sep 25th 2009 1:45AM Even the Android phones have remote desktop. Next?
Sep 25th 2009 1:37AM Also don't forget the G1 and Android will have NATIVE flash in a month or so. Mr Steve Jobs has refused to cooperate with Flash being developed for the iPhone. What now Apple fanboys?
Sep 25th 2009 1:34AM You're delusional. The Tmobile G1 has done everything the new 3GS can do now, over 6 months ago and can still do more than the 3GS. Maybe you should open your eyes and quit being tunnel-visioned.
Sep 25th 2009 1:29AM T-mobile G1. Native Push Gmail. Everything you said you needed. Don't listen to all the iPhone/Blackberry/Pre fanboys. More and more phones are coming out with the Android OS this year, and even more next year. If you don't like the G1, there will be more out by the end of the year.