I'm an investment junkie, and while making the rounds of my favorite business news websites, I came across this video: http://www.thestreet.com/video/10419419/index.html?puc=newshome This guy says that Steve Jobs needs to license Windows Mobile for the iPhone or he will never conquer the enterprise market. Now . . . since this guy has a video of himself on the internet and everything, I assume he must know what he's talking about. But frankly, I don't get it for a few reasons: 1. Isn't the main reason businesses like Blackberry and Windows Mobile the email system? And doesn't the new iPhone software support Microsoft Exchange, making this a moot point? 2. Is an iPhone with Windows Mobile really an iPhone? Seems to me like it'd just be another run-of-the-mill "smartphone" in an iPhone case. 3. The reason people are crazy about the iPhone is because of its revolutionary multi-touch user interface. Isn't OS X the only operating system as of now that supports this technology? 4. What about the stuff that people already LIKE on the iPhone? What about the thousands of developers itching to get to work writing applications for the iPhone with the SDK? What about the 100 million dollars of venture capital that will be supporting those development efforts? Does Steve Jobs tell them all, "Nevermind guys, we are going to Windows Mobile"? What do you guys think?