24 posts • joined Tuesday 9th February 2010 13:16 GMT
Is that a certain fruit company's lawyers I hear knocking ?
Re: Wise advice from my gran
My Gran said the same thing, she wasn't taking about babies though.....
£45 on Amazon, but delivery estimate sucks - "Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months"
Re: the poor orphaned mac pros
That's the price you have to pay for being loyal to the fruit company
Cheap as chips
"..retail prices are £90 for the 1TB drive, £19 for the 2TB one and £159 for the 3TB model."
I'll have a dozen of the 2TB ones please
Re: Well finally....
Actually Apple already complies with EU regulations (and they are regulations) - http://www.tuaw.com/2011/10/04/apple-unveils-dock-to-micro-usb-adapter-to-comply-with-eu-standa/
You can get it one here - http://store.apple.com/uk/product/MD099?mco=MjU5MjAwODM
It's all Greek to me
I vaguely remember reading that internal docs at M$ used Greek letter shorthand for Cairo, thus Cai (chi) became X and ro (rho) became p. No idea if it was true or not, but sounds more plausible than "Windows eXPerience".
French - a law unto themselves
.....stop encoding in H.264. Where would that leave Job's army of fanbois?
hook, line, etc
The point you've completely failed to grasp is these demos DON'T showcase what HTML5 can do, they show (for the most part) what CSS3 can do. Apple is blurring the lines by suggesting CSS3 is part of HTML5, it's not.
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