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No iPhones, iPods at Bill Gates's house

arhhook (995275) writes | more than 5 years ago

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arhhook writes "Then again, what else did we expect from Microsoft founder Bill Gates? The man has his pride, not to mention scores of Windows Mobile and Zune team members who'd probably feel a tad bit hurt if Bill Jr. was running around with an iPhone. So, which phones and MP3 players are on the Gates's "good-to-go" list? Well, there's always the Zune for music and video--not the sexiest MP3 player out there, mind you, but at least it's got Wi-Fi and a snazzy interface. And of course, there are plenty of Windows Mobile handsets to choose from; personally, I'd go for the Palm Treo Pro (if I had to get a Windows Mobile phone, that is), although it's not exactly a barrel of fun for the teens. Or how about the HTC Touch Pro? That's a pretty cool phone ... I guess (as I pat the iPhone 3G in my jeans pocket)."
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