Dave's 2 ¢s; on . . . having it all come together

Freeman, Dave
June 2004
Portable Design;Jun2004, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p10
Probes into the practicality of the development of future portable applications which combine different features into one product. Decrease in the popularity of Portable Design Applications; Complaints on the Blackberry 7210 device; Description of the Apple iPod; Need of the market for solutions to inadequacy of features rather the incremental product change.


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