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The pirated Modern Combat 5 making rounds on the internet is not for Android but, wait for it, IOS! Wow. Yet the naysayers say? Plot twist.
"@markgurman: I hope needing to reboot in ios 8 to get new email isn't some sort of new productivity feature." hahahaha
"@BenedictEvans: There are perhaps 900m consumer PCs on earth, and a little under 2bn iOS and Android smartphones."
RT @WhatTheBit: Windows Phone apologists seem to forget that when Windows Phone 8.1 drops, so will Android 5.0 and iOS 8, each with multiple new features.
Seriously @twitter couldn't make an Android app that follows Android's hoop design? This iOS 7 inspired trash is horrible.
RT @Meluami: The OS X Mavericks is no different from Mountain Lion. I downloaded it with the iOS 7 fever only to be disappointed. Minimal change!
Now that some are really hopeful Windows Phone will soon become number 2, who will it replace there? Definitely not Android. Also, not iOS.
How to fix iOS keyboard lag on iPad. The hell? I thought lag is another name for Android.
So which one will we see first, Blackberry going under or BBM coming to Android and iOS?
RT @OhMDee: It's surprisingly much easier to connect a Windows Phone to a corporate network than an Android one; it's iOS-level ease...
One week later. we have forgotten about how anxious we were for BBM for Android and iOS. BB missed it already. Too bad.
Truth: WP really needs some more apps. Still not at the level to challenge comfortably the big two (iOS & Android). You can troll me now.
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