290 posts • joined 6 Feb 2009
after long time came here... can see the same rubbish in both articles and comments... moving on (mods -> grow up you retarded fandroids)
Re: Another point of view
Disrespectful is your lack of knowledge when it comes to geography. Most of the workers who came here came from Central Europe, not Eastern Europe. Back to school I would suggest to you.
mini ITX but huge :) got one, very good access though and thermal performance and can take full size PCI-E GFX card without any problems and water cooling too, very good case indeed
Re: Oh dear ....
or you can build a hackintosh... i've just put together one, based on mini ITX, i7 3770, 16GB of RAM, 2 x SSD and GTX660TI - that thing flies!!! but I might keep my 13" MBA
this made my day, i can put coat on and walk home now
Anna - get another job
You can't be serious writing articles like this. How much is iPhone 5 in China? What's the average income of an average family in China, how many of these families can afford one? Not bright enough to connect the dots???
What's this BS???? Apple sold over 2M devices in 3 days - Anna smoking something good? pass it over ;)
don't get the headline here, apple doesn't really need to care, it's HTC he didn't like the idea of sharing this stuff with samsung, not apple
nope, what you're stating here is the outcome of the legal battle between those two. what I thought you're stating here is the pre-battle proposal from Apple - I haven't seen any numbers anywhere.
Cool, so you have info :) but do you also know the scope of the deal?
:) all these fandroids, I just stated fact that Samsung has been approached by Apple and was trying to come up with a licensing deal. Samsung didn't like it and got sued - which bit of that isn't clear? I'm not talking about specifics, details and so on (I don't have them), what I'm pointing out is the fact that Samsung wasn't willing, HTC in the and was and managed to get 'sweet' deal with Apple.
apple offered samsung licensing deal prior to this mess, samsung rejected
"iPhone users struggling with Apple's substandard maps app can now get a decent alternative in the shape of Nokia's Here."
have you even bothered trying it yourself? I guess you haven't otherwise you wouldn't open this article with such rubbish - HERE maps on iOS is pile of shit, slow, laggy, UI is horrible and it doesn't look retina-ready
Ive drives Bentley ;)
Re: price comparisons
you're forgetting that UK/EU prices include VAT, US prices don't include sales tax - that could give you your price difference.
Re: could somebody explain
but you can have lens wide open - meaning shooting at the largest aperture available on a lens ;)
Re: could somebody explain
no, there's no such a thing like a 'wide' aperture, my comment was ironic, you have wide angle of view or narrow angle of view but aperture doesn't have property of being wide or narrow since it's circular.
could somebody explain
what is 'wide' aperture? all i know there are small and large apertures
c'mon fandroids, everybody knows iPhone is waaaaay better
(let the downvoting commence)
Samsung's R&D team?
Re: I wanted to buy a quaility S3
if you bought it from a fruity store you could return it and get a full refund ;)
full 90 pages of 2010 presentation: http://allthingsd.com/20120810/heres-what-apple-had-to-say-to-samsung-about-copying-back-in-august-2010/
Re: And on the flip side
massive difference between standard essential patents and those which you can work around (not standard essential ones). read a bit...
no, these are no SEP and don't need to be offered on FRAND conditions
lets hope apple wins (please down-vote at will :) )
that made my day, thank you
and now twitter is down - what's going on?
who cares about analysts? Apple hit their target and are $1B over that target.
Re: Still on Skype 2.8
same here, that new UI is horrid, everything is so big for no reason.
"Canon is playing it safe with DSLR tech in a small body and competing with Fujifilm's X-Pro1, Sony's NEX and Samsung's NX CSCs"
- how's this competing with X-Pro1 or NEX-7?
Re: re: hexx @ 10:46
read it again and switch 'o' to 'O', it should make more sense, at least I hope
Re: re: hexx @ 10:46
:) nope, it's reply to obviously!
jeez again this retard....
is this really happening? I mean seriously? Can a judge force company A to promote products of company B on their website?
Re: Better Than Recycling
thanks god somebody sees it this way
nope, what it says is that EPEAT is a bit out of date and doesn't cover products which are the main source of Apple's revenue - that's in the nutshell
It's easier if I just point to this article rather than rephrase it in my own words:
exactly, I also upgrade only if it's really worth it (3G -> 4, skipped 3GS and 4S) - after all it's just a phone
That's one FUGLY slice of polycarbonate
Re: Sir Job
Ive is British, Jobs wasn't ;)
seen the icon? it's troll, troll alert ;)
when is samsung building their own campus? - just asking ;)
2 things were not mentioned - there are problems with wide angle lenses (leica, zeiss...) and also there's no way to have electronic level and histogram at once in the EVF - you need to cycle through view modes.
also, just seen the price of the new summicron, it's more expensive than summilux - that doesn't make much sense to me
yeah, you need to deal with luminance values ;)
and forgot to add, the assembly is in Portugal so no, no German labour is involved here ;)
Yeah I do get it but the casing, the sensor and everything is the same as M9. So there's really no need to pay extra as the components are the same if you see what I mean, so they don't pay extra on top to suppliers for lower volumes.
Every sensor is 'colour blind', what they've done isn't much really, it's the same sensor from M9 just with Bayer filter removed, so it's naked sensor. Oh, they also removed colour related items from menus. So what we have here is old product without colour filter array for more money. Go figure!
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