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#37059 by Davesworld
Sun Dec 13, 2009 10:22 am
Uh no, the only thing worse having Apple own Ooma would be to have Microsoft own it. There's a good reason why I have never owned ipods and iphones. I do have to hand it to them for making a chunk of plastic into a fashion accessory.
#37066 by tao
Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:06 am
whn wrote:Maybe OOMA? That would be cool.

http://www.businessinsider.com/is-apple ... ll-2009-12

http://macdailynews.com/index.php/weblog/comments/23334/


It wouldn't be that cool when they triple (or more) the cost to use it!
The same goes for GooG... Do you really think Google does things for free? Wake up... if they don't make a profit (a huge one) on what they offer; they will get rid of it!
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#37079 by whn
Sun Dec 13, 2009 12:53 pm
tao wrote:
whn wrote:Maybe OOMA? That would be cool.

http://www.businessinsider.com/is-apple ... ll-2009-12

http://macdailynews.com/index.php/weblog/comments/23334/


It wouldn't be that cool when they triple (or more) the cost to use it!
The same goes for GooG... Do you really think Google does thinks for free? Wake up... if they don't make a profit (a huge one) on what they offer; they will get rid of it!



Google like Facebook is more into people's data
#38067 by jemarti
Sun Dec 20, 2009 11:36 am
Apple, Microsoft, Google.... I don't care for any of them. However, Apple would be at the bottom of my list. I'm not a mac user, and I don't want Ooma to become a mac-centric service. Apple mostly fails when they try to provide services beyond their own hardware and OS. iTunes for the PC is a bloated resource hog.

Microsoft is only slightly better than Apple. At least with Microsoft you could expect that they would open Oooma's api up and let 3rd party developers make some cool addons.

Google, despite their pervasing and questionable collecting of data on everything and anything I do when using their services, would probably be the best fit. Tight intergration between Ooma and Google Voice would be awesome, and would give Google a company that could port numbers into Google voice.
#38095 by whn
Sun Dec 20, 2009 3:06 pm
jemarti wrote:Apple, Microsoft, Google.... I don't care for any of them. However, Apple would be at the bottom of my list. I'm not a mac user, and I don't want Ooma to become a mac-centric service. Apple mostly fails when they try to provide services beyond their own hardware and OS. iTunes for the PC is a bloated resource hog.

Microsoft is only slightly better than Apple. At least with Microsoft you could expect that they would open Oooma's api up and let 3rd party developers make some cool addons.

Google, despite their pervasing and questionable collecting of data on everything and anything I do when using their services, would probably be the best fit. Tight intergration between Ooma and Google Voice would be awesome, and would give Google a company that could port numbers into Google voice.


google would be the worst thing for OOMA

Apple would make OOMA into the Ipod for the telephone, they will make it 100000000x better.
#38132 by oldanbo
Sun Dec 20, 2009 7:23 pm
Date wrote:rich. Your the stupid one. think about it. I offered a helping hand, and so did others. I guess your drugs and alcohol, or lack of medication makes you more important than any other other member. Anyone that would post his or her's email and raise hell like you is so stupied. ( robertcox1@windstream.net ) . Get a life


Let it go date, drop it. It will be resolved.

regards
#38182 by anonymouse
Mon Dec 21, 2009 9:03 am
The Scout and Hub do have that Apple feel ;) :D Especially the transparent over white button design. Now, I also see some room for an apple logo on them :D

Or, maybe Ooma is in fact Apple, in diguise. Camouflage -lol-

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