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Mobile Nations 19: Passport 4

by Derek Kessler Tue, 23 Oct 2012 10:35 am EDT

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Am I missing something here?

What does this have to do with webOS? It's tough enough to stick with a system, such that it borders on fanatical, but to listen to the only mention of webOS described in a condescending manner .... Just has me questioning "why?" .... why is this on webOS nation?

As to their business analysis of HP's fire sale being a no win situation, have they ever heard the term "loss leader", or entry level exposure business model. Granted, that wasn't HP's intentions - but the concept was noticed in the tech industry.

In a prior case that has some similarities, Microsoft managed to beat down Netscape in the battle of the browsers - albeit it helped when they could piggyback a "hardwired" version right in the OS.

Anyways .... Call us delusional for holding on to a great OS, but please give us a head-ups, so I don't waste my time listening to something that has nothing to do with webOS.

End of rant. lol

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Maybe because webOS Nation is part of mobile nations? I mean you can see that Derek is not there so why on earth did you expect anyone to speak about dead I mean WebOS?