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Dilbert And Steve Jobs Agree: Phablets Suck [Humor]

Steve Jobs called then tweeners: too big to be a phone, too small to be a tablet. Others have coined a better portmanteau to describe them: “phablets.” It’s a wonderful word, isn’t it, somehow evoking both expectoration and flabbiness? Anyway, we’re going to be seeing a lot of phablets next week at Mobile World Congress [...] Related Stories Apple’s MacBook Air Nearly Shipped With An A
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