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^^^I remember some sites that ran WebOs news and announcements, like Techcrunch and some site ... Smartphone News forum

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    ^^^I remember some sites that ran WebOs news and announcements, like Techcrunch and some site called Mobi or something... I don't see them anymore on first pages, although Techcrunch is alive and well, due to their reporting on all the ecosystems. But any specific WebOs sites (like Crackberry or N4BB for BB), they have all fizzled. There are support forums though.

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    I still subscribe to RSS feeds from Techcrunch. I remember a while back that site had some issues where someone was accused of bribery. The writer asked for a Mac from some company in exchange for writing an article about the company.
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    ^^^^that´s rampant, all over. Some, the bigger ones, get away with it.

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    Aren't we lucky to have such a keen interest in such an interesting field! Our likes and dislikes only make this arena grow, not unlike the automotive world.... I like the combination of a Blackberry and a Dell Studio Laptop. Who's with me...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kdaddy View Post
    Aren't we lucky to have such a keen interest in such an interesting field! Our likes and dislikes only make this arena grow, not unlike the automotive world.... I like the combination of a Blackberry and a Dell Studio Laptop. Who's with me...?
    I'm actually partial to HP laptops. Must run Intel processors, not AMD processors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kdaddy View Post
    I like the combination of a Blackberry and a Dell Studio Laptop. Who's with me...?
    I have to pass on this one but will still enjoy reading about.

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    When I lived in the US I would have agreed that DEL (the computer ) and my BB make a good pair, I have always had good service from DEL and they are not full of bloatware. In Canada, the HP is very popular, and UK we used to like Toshiba, funny how different regions have different likes, but I have stayed with BB though
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    I also have a Toshiba laptop. It is 7 years old and still runs great. I did install Linux on it, since it lacks the RAM and HDD to run Win7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lak611 View Post
    I also have a Toshiba laptop. It is 7 years old and still runs great. I did install Linux on it, since it lacks the RAM and HDD to run Win7.
    7 years seems like a life time go. What did it come with new? XP? I really liked XP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srl7741 View Post
    7 years seems like a life time go. What did it come with new? XP? I really liked XP.
    Yes, it did have XP, but even that got slow on 512 MB RAM, 1 GHz processor, and a 60 GB HDD.
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    Still running XP 32 bit on my 6yr old Del XPS with 4 gb of memory but of course only 3.something is used. My desktop is a lot faster with 64 bit Windows 7 and 16 gb difference is noticeable
    Love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear. Optimism is better than despair. So let us be loving, hopeful, and optimistic. And we will change the world. - Jack Layton (1950-2011)
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