AnonD-79632, 22 Mar 2013Heins knows nothing, he should have joined android so that they would have gained market share... moreHey Jack
I thinks he got cornered and nervous during interview. Not much he can say good thing about B10, He just blab...blab...blab.
Heins is correct, to an extent. Android is Java applications running in a virtual machine. Yes, it is built on the Linux kernel, but it is *not* GNU-Linux which full featured, multi-tasking, memory swappable distros use.
Windows Phone does contain some of the NT kernel, so I'm not sure what he means about Windows Phone.
Similarly, iOS uses the BSD-Unix Darwin OS upon which Apple builds its proprietary frameworks. Interestingly, iOS is more like traditional *nix operating systems than Android.
BB thought really really hard about stuff!
oh man.. that just made my morning!
Mr. Hein, you should only talk when you delivered the system and hardware to back it up.
Meantime, I'm enjoying the productivity of using the Galaxy Note II to produce digital paintings, spreadsheets, word processing, slide presentations and so many other things your BB can't and the failed Playbook had never gave.
Heins knows nothing, he should have joined android so that they would have gained market share again. With therr new bb10 not user friendly device I dont even think he should have a say in anything
I wonder what he meant by "mobile computing future". I am sure he didn't realized that their B10 is actually "MOBILE COMPUTING "BACK" TO THE FUTURE"
Be innovative , jst being traditional won't help BB to survive the coming yrs.
Reach out to the young world out thr. !!
He knows everything...bravo!!!
I had the chance to try the new BB Z10 and is defenetly not user friendly, overpriced and still stuck with Bis..why should i buy an xpensive phone and pay to ise it???
Wake up BB
Yeah sure and who is miles behind the market.....yes BlackBerry with their crappy phones!