Apple may be looking to incorporate the latest version of a new technology, the company's many fansites are reporting. The technology was recently upgraded to deliver greater performance, and while the new version has yet to be formally approved by the relevant standards bodies, the specification is available for use by makers …
taking the piss?
er and the news is?
Am I the only one that fails to see any news in this article? If you are going to mention fansites at least provide some links to back up your "journalism"!
Re: er and the news is?
You seem to have missed the point.
"Am I the only one that fails to see any news in this article? If you are going to mention fansites at least provide some links to back up your "journalism"!"
You Sir are either a humorless moron, or a clueless Yank.
It's called taking the piss. Now begone with your inane prattle.
I have a feeling this was meant to be saved as a template rather than posted as an article..
Anon cuz I like the Icon
Exciting news indeed
You know those times where you sit down and write big long email or letter to someone, and about 3/4 of the way through, you look at it and go "Why the frap am I even writing this?".
Did the author not do a similar thing? Or was it a slow news day / coming up to payday and someone needs to justify a word count to the beancounters before beer money is shelled out?
Or was this a bit of a BBC article, in it "for teh clickz"?
Missed the point? There wasn't one, aside from another page to add some more advertising viewing. And if the point was that there was no point, then there was no point in pointing out that there was no point, because obviously, there is no point.
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