January 13, 2007 8:00 AM PST

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iPhone Trumps
I love how out of all the dozens of big name companies that were
at CES, one 5% market share company called Apple had WAY more
media coverage over one device than all of CES had. I guess we can
tell who had the better product.
Posted by drumpat01 (37 comments )
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iPhone isn't revolutionary...
FIC's OpenMoKo has been working on these ideas for a while now, too. Their phone (Neo1973) will be available in Feb with twice the resolution and for a lot less cost ($350). Plus it's OPEN so there can actually be applications written by third-party developers.

They, too, were at the CES. Just because Apple gets headlines doesn't mean that they're innovative or make 'better' products.
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apple iPhone beautifully surprised!
Financial impact of iPhone announcement - mobile
<a class="jive-link-external" href="http://i-skype.blogspot.com/2007/01/financial-impact-of-iphone-announcement.html" target="_newWindow">http://i-skype.blogspot.com/2007/01/financial-impact-of-iphone-announcement.html</a>
Posted by lukascv (4 comments )
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MacWorld Clearly Won
CES was a major flop in my opinion. I did not see anything that came close to Steve Job's announcements of the Apple TV and iPhone.

My prediction is CES will go the way of COMDEX. Other than flat screen TVs, I don't see any innovation other than Apple.

Just my opinion.
Posted by bdaughtry (169 comments )
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Gadget Obsessed
This is why America loves gadgets so much. Thank you CES!
Posted by zduchene (5 comments )
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