Wouldn't an iPod be far better if it would stream music off the internet instead of forcing users to collect music and transfer it to the device?
And what about a route navigation system that would get its maps as well as the latest traffic information in real time? Not to mention a Blackberry or Palm Treo - and of course a genuine, easy to use, cellphone.
There won't be one device to do this all. But having cellular radios and subscription plans isn't a solution either.
And, yep, it'll run Android rather than RiscOS
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