Saturday, July 12, 2008
Friday, July 11, 2008
“Whenever you have a very large enterprise like Apple and they put in $20-million to $30-million a quarter into advertising, it doesn't matter whose name it is, eventually they will own it,” said Yuval Barzakay Comwave's founder and President.
“It's all about perception. There are hundreds of thousands of Canadians who have been exposed to our iPhone over the course of a few years, but within a very short time, the hysteria on the Apple iPhone has almost caused what I call reverse confusion, in that the perception is that the iPhone name was Apple's [first] and not Comwave's,” he said.
The Globe and Mail has more here.
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Rogers is now offering a $30-a-month plan that allows customers six gigabytes of internet data on the iPhone, on top of voice plans that start at $20 plus a system access fee of $6.95 a month. The length of the plan will remain at 3 years.
While Rogers says its listening to the people, I can't help but think that an unlimited data plan on the Samsung Instinct announced by Bell last week also has something to do with the about face!
CBC Story Here.
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
Well done Mr. Pitiful! I love my Roomba this much as well. iRobot is feeling the love too, since the link was included in their Summer 2008 newsletter.
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Go Google! Thanks for looking out for your Canadian users! Now can you assert your influence on Rogers so that we can get a decent iPhone subscription plan?
CBC story here.