Is Jon Rubinstein on his way out at Palm?
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1. clevername (Posts: 1436; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)
Palms board should just vote to remove Rubinstein if he's the only obstacle inbetween the company's utter downfall and the possibility of life under new ownership. No reason why he should stay if he's driving the company into the ground.
2. PapaJay224 (Posts: 866; Member since: 08 Feb 2009)
if palm could JUST come out with something competetive to the market they would do great! How hard is it to just decide that Palm Pre was undercut to competition. Palm should say lets come out with a 3.5in screen or more with or with out a keybored. How hard is that? really? If the Pre was larger like the Droid and iPhone and they cut the keyboard it would sell, WebOS is pretty sick, Id love to see it on a larger screen and more App capable phone. and dont sell it to Sprint, sell it to someone who can sell it!
3. pingpong (Posts: 145; Member since: 28 Mar 2010)
I agree with PapaJay. Not sure what Palm was thinking when they came out with the Pre and had it land on Sprint. Considering Palm has always just made "alright" phones, it didn't really make sense having the Pre sold through Sprint. Seemed like before it came out they did some hyping up for the phone and the marketing just disappeared and people at one point didn't even know that it came out!