January 30, 2013

Sorry, Blackberry. Apple Has Won the War

Willard Foxton, The Telegraph


ExtremeTech

Blackberry. Ten years ago, it was the toast of the business world; it was the must-have accessory – the first real smartphone. If people took one out in public, there would be coos of affection. It had a keyboard! It could do maps! Get your emails! It was all but magic compared to the brick-like Nokias most of us were still toting. When Channel 5 comes around to commissioning "I love the noughties", they are sure to be featured, with a forgettable comedian saying "Oooh! I remember them! With the little screens!"

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