that math sound right.
didn't check it tho ... ;)
i think even 18 mio. beats 10 mio. 920s.
wifi call can be done on any phone with wifi.
t-mo have their own wifi call app. need t-mo branded phone to use t-mo wifi calling. can do other wifi calling though with non-t-mo app. have not heard how good t-mo wifi call quality tho. may be reason to get branded phone if better.
skype can go over wifi. reduce cell data use that way too.
1 ghz., dual core. should be pretty much as fast as other phone that run this o.s.
not need lot of cpu and 400x800 easy screen to draw.
pay $129 for unlocked 521 and then pay $40 - $55/mo. for service or pay $29 - $99 for x2x phone and pay $70 - $130/mo. for service.
which is cheaper?
so, not the 250 mio. shares you were saying 2 weeks ago was the short int. volume? ;-)
why switch to a real world number now?
i know you won't get confused because you will be right both times, but anyone in the shared universe will maybe wonder about this.
no, you thinking of winpho os. wm was very popular.
a few year ago ...
dell still looking good?
hpq is next. think they will report a healthy (79% loss in) earnings too? better? ;-)
you realize you must identify yourself as an officer or employee of the company. if you are one ...
if you aren't one then you are identifying yourself as someone who just spews beef stew. :-D
from the tizen faq:
Q: What is Tizen*?
A: Tizen is a web-centric, fully open source mobile platform, based on the Linux kernel. Tizen is claimed to be the leading mobile platform that has full support for HTML5 and other web-centric features. '
so it looks like they have failed in "moving toward a "non-open-source framework"".
the wikipedia article you found seems to be newer than the one that is on their site now. how can that be? ;-)
because the article that is there now says feb. 2013, not may 2013 like the quote you have in your message.
anyway the 2.0 sdk is avail. from the tizen website right now and the home page says "Download the latest Tizen SDK release and start developing your application today!"
and the tizen developer site says that the security framework was contributed by mcafee. ever hear of them?