Stay networked. Get informed. Broadcast your projects.
"Here’s another testament to just how ridiculous this move is: GV Mobile’s developer Sean Kovacs says that the app was personally approved last April by Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing — the man who often takes the stage during Apple keynotes when Steve Jobs isn’t around."
Thanks God I no have anything from Apple.
The last good thing from apple was The Beatles.
Own article address one solution: 'Palm, if you’re looking for marketing material — take note.' rs
When Apple wake up will be too much later.
They should learn a lesson with Sony and The Betamax case.
And in 70´s this problem was only media without network communications.
Just because it Betamax takes so many years to die definitely.
In our networking times one mistake like this may crash one product quick, I hope.
Should to be laws involving freedom datastream and app compatibility compulsory for some developing languages enviroment embbed into mobile devices.
In these cases i like to consider devices with native Java and without 3rd app restrictions.
Apple (AT&T) decision makes difficult to understand and very scary especially when they already have other competing SMS services on the almighty iPhone. This is a clear case of killing innovation. I think if this were a new developer trying to develop new Apple apps, he would stop at that.
Anyway, I think FCC's letter, http://blogs.zdnet.com/Google/?p=1499 will keep this discussion evolving and if found guilty must be made to open the iPhone up for more apps.