I blogged earlier this month about what I was hearing from my sources about Tango. In short, my contacts said that Tango would be a minor release (or two) that would target lower-cost phones and be geared, in particular, to address the Asian market. I heard that Nokia would be heavily involved in Tango — not surprising, given Nokia’s focus on broadening the smartphone market to include current feature phone users. Tango would hit some time before Apollo, the Windows Phone 8 release, my contacts said. (Apollo, last I heard, is due in late 2012.)
Gov. Walker, the spoiled unions’ hated one, grappled with his state’s $3.2 billion deficit by impinging on fat-cat public employee unions’ control of government purse strings for benefit-spending. By limiting lavish state-paid union benefit packages, Walker led the Republican charge to impose a little fiscal sanity on that state.
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This practice is sheer Machiavellian, as stated The Prince: “Men in general judge more from appearances than from reality. All men have eyes, but few have the gift of penetration.”
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