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 Ed Colligan - “This is about growth and taking this whole category to the next level,”
 Ed Colligan - “Achieving the eighth consecutive quarter of year-over-year double-digit revenue growth and growing our converged device market share to 36 percent in the United States are significant accomplishments.”
 Ed Colligan - “People underestimate the difference between a great product and just a product.”
 Ed Colligan - “This is about growth, ... There are millions of people around the world who want that familiar Windows experience.”
 Ed Colligan - “Over time, all handheld computing products will become wirelessly enabled, and Qualcomm's CDMA technology provides a great path for enabling these solutions.”
 Ed Colligan - “Over time, all handheld computing products will become wirelessly enabled, and Qualcomm's CDMA technology provides a great path for enabling these solutions,”
 Ed Colligan - “U.S. sales are strong but there are more challenges in Europe, ... There are a number of existing brands there that are very strong. Our products have not taken off at the level we'd like them to so far.”
 Ed Colligan - “We've been working on this for a number of years, ... It was probably the worst kept secret.”
 Ed Colligan - “The first Pilot organizer was such a runaway success, even we were a bit surprised. But in one of my first conversations with Jeff Hawkins he convinced me that the future of personal computing -- REAL personal computing -- was going to be in these highly mobile devices. That's why he designed the Pilot. And that vision still holds today. The Pilot and its many Palm successors have become an extension of millions of people's lives -- keeping them connected to their work and home, letting them do email and browse the web on the go, allowing them to keep all their favorite files, music, photos and videos with them. I'm enormously proud of what we've accomplished, and I'm even more excited about what's yet to come.”
 Ed Colligan - “We have sold more than 30 million Palm OS-based products over the years, and it is not our intent to walk away from such a strong and loyal user base. That's why in May we extended our license for Palm OS, giving us the right to continue to make and market Palm OS-based products until 2010.”
 Ed Colligan - “Our Palm OS customer loyalty is extremely high, and we intend to continue to earn that loyalty with great Palm OS-based products,”
 Ed Colligan - “Smart phone sell-through reported by our carrier partners more than doubled over the year-ago period, validating our strategic decision to support multiple open platforms and offer a choice of smart phones based on either Windows Mobile or Palm OS.”
 Ed Colligan - “Things have changed, ... We aren't in the underlying OS business anymore, which has freed us to partner with others.”
 Ed Colligan - “It's a fact that a large majority of businesses around the world use a Microsoft-based infrastructure across their IT assets. And many of those companies simply aren't open to products that use another OS....We can either answer that marketplace demand with a Windows-based product, or we can walk away from that business.”