17 posts • joined Tuesday 1st February 2011 09:16 GMT
I'll be waiting too, but in my case I'll be waiting to see what my friends buy. They all went Xbox last time out whereas I bought a PS3. Sad times.
I only hope that this brings the US population out of it's apathy for all things space related.
Although thinking about it, perhaps China, with it's blatant disregard for health and safety and human rights, is actually what we need to push space exploration right now. No mission will be too dangerous.
Were you actually expecting something resembling journalism rather than just yet more Apple related clickbait from El Reg?
Remind me again which new and exciting features the Nexus tablets bring to the market?
Buffering is actually pretty much non-existant on VM until their traffic shaping policy kicks in at whatever time it is. After that time you can kiss goodbye to watching anything on Youtube at 720p or above until midnight even if you haven't gone over the stupidly low "fair usage" cap.
How much of that was profit then?
I still can't see Apple getting into the TV market. Even with the "Apple Tax" or whatever you want to call it and Apple's immense buying power, there still isn't much profit to be made in the TV market.
I think it's far more likely to see a revamped AppleTV box, perhaps one that will aim to replace a cable/SKY service entirely.
This whole "Apple are going to make a TV" hysteria is getting out of hand. All based on one quote in Jobs' biography.
Ruled by science
I don't know about everyone else but I'd quite like to be governed by scientists using evidence based peer-reviewed decisions!
When was the last time a baseless piece of analyst speculation was correct? I really can't see this happening.
100mb is buggar all use when they *still* treat gaming traffic as P2P and prioritise it accordingly.
iPhone owners like their phones and will probably buy another iPhone? I'm pretty sure this is only a surprise to Android users.
You can hate Apple and there business practices all you want, but remember this, without the drive of Steve Jobs in the last 10 years we wouldn't have things as good as we do now. Apple products have forced other companies to up their game and that's a good thing for everyone.
RIP Steve :(
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