39 posts • joined 24 Jun 2007
"I remember old laptops, which used to break every year, so you needed to buy a new one...."
Should have bought a Mac. I'm still using my 15-inch PowerBook purchased in 2001.
Playlist addition: Pistol Packin Mama
It's not okay to copy.
Maybe his mute button accidentally got pressed?
Loss of 5,000 RIM jobs. Kind of writes itself, doesn't it?
Re: Bloody hell...
The dollar coin was named after our then prime minister -- Brian Muloonie.
Shipped doesn't equal sold
RIM said they shipped 200,000 PlayBooks. They didn't reveal numbers of actual sell through.
It wasn't so very long ago that anybody wanted to help Apple. Apple's suppliers and software makers turfed the company aside and left them along the roadside for dead. Can't really blame Apple for only wanting to rely on itself.
Sounds like China Unicorn is going to get a lot more customers.
Don't forget Chrome
And before long, Chrome will be hitting the low end.
Who would have guessed the iPhone would be so remarkable at handling phone calls?
how the number of hours of use for each laptop brand compares?
Wasn't BoxOffice removed because it was crashing iPhones? Regardless, it's now back at the Apps Store renamed as Now Playing.
Whoa ... taser me now.
Wow, think he could have squeezed one more adjective into that paragraph?
I hate the smell of burning dust.
Italy for sure
"Italy is very likely, the population is big and they are massive phone users."
And they're already super regarding gestures.
Son of Sam
Forgive him Father Steve. He was an atheist insomniac dyslexic who had just been up all night wondering if there really was a Dog.
Is that a lot of CIOs whistling in the dark I hear?
All those iPhone buyers
are returning their phones in droves. See here:
You are correct, Craig. The plural of virus is viruses. It is not viri, or even worse, virii. True, the word comes directly from Latin, but not all Latin words ending in "us" have "i" as their plural. Viri is the Latin word for 'men' — plural of vir, man; root of the English "virile". There is no written attestation of a Latin plural for virus.
Cheers, Neil Anderson http://www.cyclelogicpress.com
Shouldn't that be Boobnote?
Lucky for me
I have hands the size of a 12-year-old so it'll be easy to type on that teensy iPhone keyboard. And I fit inside sexy little Italian sports cars pretty good too. :)
He was a closet Metallica fan listening to "Ride the Lightning" followed in heavy rotation by "Fade to Black."
Skype on the iPhone
Tom Keating of TMC Labs has come up with a complicated remote-control work-around to achieve something every computer geek wished for: the ability to run Skype on an iPhone.
Sounds like business apps are on their way too.
Weather's great for flying
"I find it genuinely, cosmically, depressing that El Reg doesn't get the iPhone. A vulture chasing its own tail is so pitiful to watch."
Maybe they should fly over to America and scoop one up.
11,000 feet is like really high
“assorted drinks and snacks”
What? Did he have a flight attendant too?
ps The photo credit is Pete Erickson / The Bulletin
Image orders here:
“DC's average murder rate 35.4”
Guess those politicians really do drive people homicidal.
No second offence
Guess old Elijah got his Page in history.
IT angle: He was a Windows ME user.
January’s Macworld Expo is a definite maybe.
Tied in a Knot
The Buttock appears to be a wee bit anal.
Is it possible to threaten someone if you don’t tell them?
I helped an 80-year-old set up her first-ever computer — an iMac. The first time she held the mouse she waved it around and pointed it at the screen like a TV remote.
Excellent. Too bad it doesn't look like it has video. Video sure adds to the experience.
Oops. Hope everyone backed up before installing.
And just when I got my Airport Express working flawlessly with my home stereo.
Is the dude in the Viking helmet auditioning for Opera's new CEO position?
Is it possible for YouTube to automatically scan all uploads for malicious payloads or file types?
- 'Kim Kardashian snaps naked selfies with a BLACKBERRY'. *Twitterati gasps*
- Crawling from the Wreckage THE DEATH OF ECONOMICS: Aircraft design vs flat-lining financial models
- Pics Facebook's Oculus unveils 360-degree VR head tracking Crescent Bay prototype
- Bargain basement iPhone shoppers BEWARE! eBay exposes users to phishing vuln
- Google+ GOING, GOING ... ? Newbie Gmailers no longer forced into mandatory ID slurp