Okay, with the iPhone on Verizon Wireless news, everyone is talking about it. Now that I have been on AT&T I can understand that to some degree. My rant is about the consumer technology oriented podcasts. When Windows Phone didn’t have copy & paste it was heckled and called amateur. These same talking heads now make light of the CDMA inability to facilitate voice and data simultaneously. The most recent I heard was “well I browse and talk so infrequently so it won’t be an issue”. Sorry but I had a Droid and I feel the same way about Copy & Paste. Windows Phone team made sure “Copy & Paste” was the major update in the first update and I can think of a few other things they should have focused on. Would it be nice? Certainly. Is it critical? To me it’s not. I just find it funny to hear the bias colored talk, but I don’t find it funny that this same partiality influences the market. Just saying.
Update: Let me just say that I am not completely against Copy & Paste being implemented, for me its not important. I just think that if you claim you will be improving the platform and have a better idea of how mobile updates should be done, this is not what you want to advertise. How about making OneNote useable, allow email to attach a local document not just pictures, or even better connect it to Skydrive natively.