72 posts • joined Monday 22nd October 2007 11:47 GMT
I'm surprised no one brought this up.
He probably told the Flight Attendant "It's alright, I've played a pilot."
Friend of mine ported his iPhone app over to the Android Marketplace. Within a day, pirated copies where showing up.
For a .99 app.
Umm excuse me but
iWeb isn't tied into mobile me. It is a very rudimentary site builder that can publish to mobile me or be FTP'd to any other provider.
There are lots of service providers out there who can provide the space (and probably for a lot cheaper).
I'm sure everyone who uses iWeb on Mobile me can do the 5 minutes work required sometime before the end of June next year.
Remember when the Pre was supposed to be an iPhone Killer?
The TouchPad will meet the same fate as the Pre with that kind of lead time. Anyone wanting a pad isn't going to wait, to many options will be beating it to the market.
For those worried about "the cloud".
There is always pogo plug which provides cloud like usability, however you own the storage and have it located locally.
The only drawbacks are it isn't offsite backup and the horrible pink colour.
Title, we don't need no stinkin' title.
Read the article again, it's 1.5 million phones shipped, not sold. For all anyone knows there could be 1.49 million sitting in carrier warehouses (though I doubt it).
What are the SALES figures Microsoft? Better then the Kin I hope.
"Playboy editorial director Jimmy Jellinek said he hoped Friday's "newsstand event" would remind readers that while the internet's all well and good for perusing smut, there's nothing quite like a hard copy in your hands."
Who reads Playboy with 2 hands?
Mines the grimy raincoat.
Search eBay for iPad
and you will see this is a good thing.
Nothing wrong with preventing profiteering.
I would imagine ...
100% data recovery from a drive hardware failure is probably next to impossible.
Cheaper, easier and safer would be a basic backup strategy.
Much ado about nothing.
Back up, only change I can find is the release of Aperture 3.
Where do these ideas come from.
I really would like to know where the idea that iTunes is a DRM heavy environment?
The second that members of the PPMA (Pirate Paranoid Music Assoc.) allowed it DRM was gone from iTunes music. I have both ripped CD's and iTunes downloaded music and neither my iPod nor iTunes knows the difference.
There may be some DRM on downloaded videos as I don't download video using iTunes I wouldn't know. I do know that any DVDs ripped using Handbrake work no problems at all.
There is no reason, other then some musings from some winer from Adobe, that ebooks will be any different.
Just a reminder, Microsoft is the king of incompatible DRM, not Apple (See Zune/Plays for Sure).
P.S. I am still boycotting Amazon.ca because after 3 years they still couldn't be bothered to work out an MP3 download deal with the Canadian PPMA.
"Apple's right on the money, then?"
Post hoc ergo propter hoc?
"I bet Kelly has been down in the dumps, cause your not a full fledged reporter until you get a commentard being a 'tard about one of your stories."
So she has popped her commentard cherry then?
Thanks for the nice slow one over the plate.
Paris 'cause ... yadda, yadda, yadda.
Sounds like extorsion
"By refusing to agree appropriate terms for Nokia's intellectual property"
Sounds like Nokia said "pay our exorbitant licensing fee or we will sue your ass."
On the other hand, this wasn't filed in East Texas so it must be legit.
Fixed it for ya
Kindle is currently only available to buy in the United States of America.
The Kindle is not available from Amazon.ca. ironically, lots of Kindle accessories are available, but not the device itself.
One of the 2 reasons I am currently boycotting Amazon.ca. The other is the lack of MP3 downloads as per Amazon.com.
Nothing new here
Dr. Evil developed this years ago, except he called it a frickin' ATL.
No title required.
Actually a lot of HP PCs ship with a trial version of Office these days. Come to think of it my Mother-in-Laws new Gateway has it too.
We will see what we see
Back in June the same moles were saying we would see no Mac announcements at WWDC.
I'll wait for the event thanks.
As far as there being no "target market" for the Mac tablet, it seems to me the nay-sayers thought the same thing about the iPhone before it was launched.
Penis now too small?
Why I hate Wikipedia
Although obviously this is an "Aren't I great" Wikipedia entry, it does shed some light on what the patent is about: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Winter2009/Michel_Vulpe
"PETA's sealing protest begins Saturday, April 11 at 1 PM EST."
A little late to the party, considering the hunting of baby seals has been outlawed since 1987.
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