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Apple should first require Canon to clean up its act as far as neglected scanner drivers go.
Who cares if Nintendo sells less in the traditional titles. It still has the Wii, which is wildly successful, and, as far as I know, is still its own niche. Let them further develop that, or someone will catch up and overtake them.
Meritocracy is good, but the good apps are hard to find among all the lesser apps...The trouble is that the AppStore app has several shortcomings- it is buggy (filter options lock up -- and why does the GUI use regular buttons for dropdown menus? It almost looks like a Windows port as far as user unfriendlyness and unexpected behavior is concerned)- it fails to provide useful and detailed searching.- it filters the reviews (as does iTunes) according to the store one is in....
In order to be able to lower its prices, Samsung will have to replace certain parts by cheaper ones.
Good idea because your regular family admin doesn't typically own full ARD.
Sorry, couldn't find the delete option under the edit/delete button.
Window ZoomI would abhor fullscreen behavior for the green zoom button.The fact that it toggles between a user-defined window size and an optimized window size is one of the refinements that sets the Mac off w.r.t. Windows.Especially with the advent of very large screen sizes, it turns out that a lot of window content is not designed for full screen.Also, Mac users often like to understand the global context of windows, which is entirely lost in full screen and/or (worse)...
The following groups of Verizon iPhone owners may not generate a lot of iOS app sales -iPad owners most likely already own a number of apps. -New iPhone owners who chose the iPhone as being the best smart phone may not yet have savoured the capabilities of all those nice apps that are available. Further, Verizon iPhone sales may pick up gradually as people who got themselves a different smart phone will not switch over immediately. They will when the battery starts...
Given how fast one can type on an iPhone keyboard it seems extremely unlikely that Apple would spend any energy on such a project.
I disagree with the Apple sales estimate of 33.7 million iPads put forward by Reitze in that I predict the number of iPads sold in the same period to be 33.712958 million (give or take 5 million)
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