19 posts • joined Thursday 8th July 2010 10:21 GMT
Re: Nerf guns. Lots of them.
Marmalade office any chance?
Shame about the battery life
Anything less than 10 hours these days isn't good enough for a high end device.
Re: no mention of the elephant in the room
Not any more. Our Marmalade SDK is now supporting native x86 C++ apps on Android. It was relatively painless to convert from using the ARM tool-chain to the x86 ones.
Re: 10 years is not enough!
and then hopefully Thailand can take a turn, then Kenya, Hong Kong and Egypt..etc.
Re: @Bush_rat re. the take-photo-button
I'm pretty sure that the iPhone doesn't have mechanical shutters, they take up a large amount of space. Pretty much all camera phones, and a lot of compacts, uses electronic shutters. The only phone I know of that has mechanical shutters was the old Nokia N93. The Shutter noise is generated by the phone, in some countries, (Japan ?), it's a requirement by law to have such a sound.
No, mine did it a couple of times already.
Yup. I've ordered BT Infinity 24 hours after I've found out that the "doubling" has been delayed by a minimum of 6 months. I'll be getting a slower service from BT but it'll be £10 a month cheaper and BT have not lied to me yet.
They were waiting on Android 4.0 (ICS) which less resolutions dependent than the older versions. Apple can get away with iOS as they can get away with keeping the same UI regardless of the screen resolutions and due to their pixel doubling of older iOS apps.
Got one of these
It's not ready for prime time. Slow and buggy, I've hit a bug where my drives will disappear from the device every single day until it has been rebooted. I don't know what the iPhone one is like but the Android's application is useless.
They know where they can stick that.
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