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The Moto Q 9 will run Windows Mobile 6 and support HSDPA/UMTS networks for data speeds of up to 3.6Mbps.In fact, Motorola reps went so far as to say that the Q 9 was the fastest smart phone in the world to date and made it a point to call out the Apple i Phone . Motorola Q 8 Other highlights of the smart phone include: Support for up to eight corporate and/or personal e-mail accounts, including AOL, Yahoo, Gmail, and Hotmail Integrated Bluetooth with support for the A2DP profile for stereo Bluetooth headsets A 2-megapixel camera with 8X zoom and video-recording capabilities at 15 frames per second Texas Instrument OMAP 2420 processor and 96MB of RAM; 256MB flash memory and a micro SD expansion slot Revamped design with new QWERTY keyboard and seven dedicated one-touch keys to access the Web, e-mail, camera, and so forth.This helps cover the growing need for user "roles" and audit reports for regulatory compliance and IT governance.While NAC was limited in scope, identity-based networking is boundless.But in 2007, we have the Google-owned Blogger platform, and instead of Twain's The Gilded Age lampooning the glitterati, we have The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs .What the Fake Steve Jobs phenomenon has to say about our culture is that perhaps "new media" isn't as new as we'd like to think it is.
In the end, it doesn't matter what you call it, identity-based networking will supersede vendor-based initiatives and become mainstream over the next few years.But because nobody knows who he is, he can get away with more: Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman is a " sociopathic nouveau riche lady-killer ," Gawker Media founder Nick Denton is almost never mentioned without the epithet "macrocephalic," and his Valleywag successor Owen Thomas is constantly referred to as " Mr.Bigglesworth ." Former vice president and current global warming figurehead Al Gore is depicted as emotionally fragile and tormented by marriage problems that lead him to frequently call up the faux Jobs and ask for a couch to crash on .Whether you like it or not, there are holes in the "always-on" nature of the social Web, the "snack culture" of short blog entries and camera phone video clips that have made dozens of doomsday prophets hail the impending death of anything longer than three minutes or 500 words , and the geeky power trips that come from being able to dig up Perez Hilton -worthy levels of dirt through Google searches.And in those gaps, delightfully vintage media like Fake Steve Jobs are able to pop up.