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July 19, 2007

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Eddie

Thank you for the fantastic report! Unlike most of my friends who had the money to buy an iPhone "sight unseen" I decided to watch and wait because Apple is such a secret company. Turns out that Yahoo is just as secret. In fact, looks like a Silicon Valley incestuous cartel if you ask me (iPhone bundled with services from Yahoo and Google). Yahoo, Google, and Apple are all about within a 50 kilometer radius of one another. In the end, only open protocols can win the world over (despite the short term celebrations and mania caused by devices such as the iPhone).

Sam J

You might be interested to know that iPhone 2.0 (MobileMe et al) uses XMPP... for notifications!

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