56 posts • joined Friday 5th November 2010 11:16 GMT
I have nothing against ad-supported software but when sites host someone else's app and insert these kinds of download buttons it's not fair.
Why should we reply when you didn't even care to test the latest version before it, IE 10?
Amazing! I wish all app developers would do this.
Re: Close to a final nail in the coffin?
They aren't slow with updates look it up.
Re: Conflicted here
Nokia has been trying to take HTC products down for some time. Multiple legal processes clearly started before Microsoft bought them.
Nokia plays dirty.
Re: I'm Bill Gates...
But money isn't infinite, you have to pick one.
I wish the author would tell us more about how many USB ports he has on his iPad and how many x86 apps he is running on it.
Re: Another happy HTC customer here
Because Samsung is doing very bad by launching Galaxy Aces, Young, Pocket, NEX and the likes right?
Re: Weak troll is weak.
Who said Google isn't doing the same?
This article is ridiculous
I'll summarize it: Former CEO couldn't make a better job, then criticizes the CEO that came after him.
"We were not successful in using Microsoft's operating system" - according to who I ask? They got double-digit market share of WP right now. Nokia is the top WP brand.
"Microsoft may not love you, but Google does"
Except Microsoft is giving support for a 11 years old system, Google Chrome doesn't event exists for 8 years alone.
Still a better love story than Twilight.
Apparently no tap and hold for symbols... HTC keyboard remains better.
What the hell is BT?
Now you're kidding right?
When was it the last time you used Yahoo! Mail? It has been the fastest loading major web-mail for some time now and the latest updates are making it even faster...
Re: Where does Yahoo! Get their cash supply from?
Guess what? Yahoo! is still the 1st/2nd/3rd most visited website in the world friend...
Re: It's sad, really.
What exactly is broken?
It seems the phone which gives more commission wins now. :(
The people here didn't talk anything with sense. That's why we're downvoting. No one here mentioned a thing that makes Outlook.com worse than Hotmail, other than personal-opinion-nitpicking aesthetics.
My primary e-mail is Yahoo! anyway. Yahoo! knows how to make e-mail accessible in any device. While GMail had a poor UI on mobile for years we could open full e-mails with all the formatting in a new page or in txt format in Yahoo! Mail mobile, all the functions were there and navigation between the messages has aways been better with shortcuts in all the places you'd expect to have them, and now we have apps in almost every platform.
Windows 8 Start Screen haters
Are Mac or Linux sales any better?
YEAH you're like 100% of internet population... Using a proxy with wildcards!
Well the review lacks some software. There are pop-up "mini apps" you can launch from the tasks screen, it's interesting...
I don't mind the viewing angles as I'd be looking at the front of the screen when using a phone, never from the side. :P
So what? Windows Store still don't update them automatically, only the automatic download is allowed. :(
Maybe people trust in HTC DROID DNA?
Naysayers are annoying... You really expect no success for a FACEBOOK PHONE?
People wants it. This will "sell rivers" here in Brazil with the right price...
A bit like Web standards?
Re: Windows® 8™ TIFKAM™
Guidelines... Funny... Pay attention: who created them?
Humans, and now humans they're creating new guidelines that oppose the previous, what's the problem?
It's time to break the current guidelines and go for the better. This test was biased because all of the users were Mac OS / Windows users before. Now take the time to analyze the benefits of Windows 8 to people who never used a single software in their lives: would it be considered better or worse than Windows 7? What's would these people call the effect of hiding things in corners if they don't even know what these things do or were called before...?
Will Alt + TAB be considered against the guidelines now? It's not obvious nor recognizable. The keys don't show at any moment they effect nor anything at the screen yet people use it. Everyone will be pleased all this stuff isn't in the screen all at once and will learn that they must go to the corner they want for task switching and menus.
Stop comparing the current experience and the new one like the current experience didn't has any learning curve.
No, but if they do they have a reason(s).
Fx doesn't have Speed Dial.
Actually there were many updates last weeks, but for Android and Java.
Opera Software is aiming primary on Android, who wouldn't do it when it's the most used platform and growing? And Opera is losing ground to WebKit (Android stock browser, Safari, other alternatives) so they really need to do this.
And they did, very well. And now the updates are available to the rest of the market. Not that Opera don't value them, it's just that we users need to understand the things a company must do to continue to exist being profitable, which may be a delay for the product on our platform. That's ok. It's free!
You're confusing open-source and standards? Just because they opened the source code it doesn't make them any better than Google's Dart project. For me, for now, it's just another browser-based technology. In the future, if it becomes a standard, then we'll see. Also, more things would stop it from becoming a standard, it must be measured how much good it'd be for the Web and if it wouldn't favor Intel chips, and we don't have that information.
The research is IQ test -> possibility to use the browser x, not "use browser x" -> have more IQ...
Firefox grew from a word of mouth called AOL.
Then how do you explain Opera and Chrome open faster than IE?
If a vulnerability is discovered Opera is used to make an update available in 2 days.
Open-source guys are somewhat stupid...
Chromium is the open-source project behind Chrome - a partial closed-source browser. Anyway, even if it's completely open-source like Firefox you can only get the code of Minefield. There's aways a gap between the open-source project and the compiled final product where anything can happens.
The one who copied Opera's UI?
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