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Mobile Complexity Removed, Simplicity Enhanced

January 24, 2011 No Comments

Another big CES is over. Another gadgets-fest out of the way. Lots of tablets (none however that I believe will overshadow or even remotely be able to challenge the iPad, with the possible exeption of RIM’s PlayBook – assuming it ships sometime in the not too distant future); lots of ‘me-too’ mobile devices; a few new state of the art beasts that will look obsolete in three to four months; and some tried and true workhorses in updated flavors. And Nokia is not shipping its new X7 full touchscreen phone in the US – fearing that AT&T was going to skimp on incentives and marketing.

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