“Who said that the Consumer Electronics Show was just meant to be a showcase for technology and consumer electronics companies? One of this week’s biggest presentations came from none other than dowdy old AT&T,” Eric Jhonsa writes for The Motley Fool.
“Ma iPhone announced its support for a slew of new smartphones that will become available over the course of the year,” Jhonsa reports. “These devices include five Android models, one of which will be Dell’s first North American offering, and two unnamed Palm models.
Jhonsa writes, “AT&T clearly meant for its presentation to be a feel-good event showing its commitment to consumer choice. But for me, at least, it raised more questions than it answered.”
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: The answer to the headline is: They oughta be. iPhone OS devices will be on carriers other than AT&T in the U.S. this year.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “iSteve” for the heads up.]