It’s fair to point out that no new endeavor is pushed forth without its fair share of bumpy starts. But one might think that with all of the successes had by Apple, we’d see more stability with the launch of Apple’s entrance into the mobile advertising space. Apparently not.
There can be little question that Dell has managed to cowboy up lately with the release of their Dell Streak. Not only are they totally ignoring the phone/tablet hoopla by coming in with something completely new, it paves the way forward for others out there looking to save face in the midst of the iOS wars erupting out there.
Well it was fun while it lasted. The once famed Apple TV, the media device that never really found a strong enough niche to amount to the status of something beyond what Apple CEO once called a “Hobbyist device” is about to undergo a major shift in both focus and content.
Samsung has just been busily pounding out the new phone designs lately. And why not, they have to keep up with Motorola and HTC with all of their new Android phones as they roll forth. Well one awaited Samsung phone has a release looks to be just around the corner.
TV we can take with us. What was once just a dream has been a reality to some extent now thanks to innovations like Apple’s iTunes and streaming based alternatives to iTunes in recent years. But what about something that is being provided by the mobile carrier themselves comes along that actually broadcasts TV to mobile users? Now that is a big deal.
Well this looks promising. Assuming you can get past the idea of getting your next Android phone at a big box store, it seems that Best Buy has an offer going that is likely to get some folks interested in what they have to offer.