Apple spends years of R&D in their products which includes legal issues that could arise.
How many times have we heard that there is a product in R&D that we don't see for 2 or 3 years later.
Sometimes it is waiting for...
Originally Posted by solipsism
1) Calling it a mobile PC is a classification, so the article did classify it.
2) Aren't notebooks mobile PCs, too. I know some are quite large and hard to lug around but they are, by design,...
Originally Posted by techguy911
Yes, because the entire point of the article is about sales figures based on how the iPad is classified. The same thing happens when you compare Apple to a single other smartphone vendor vs...
The argument to this article is if the iPad is a computer?
Who cares, I mean really... is it that big of a deal if and iPad is or is not a computer?
People are getting insulting because they disagree if an iPad is a...
Originally Posted by jragosta
That is, of course, nonsense.
There are endless small companies who have servers - and don't know how to manage them. So they either do without or spend a fortune on outsourced services.
Apple servers are pointless.
Everything is moving to virtualized servers period.
You can purchase better hardware that is better suited for virtualzation from other vendors and that is why Apple got out of the server market plain...
I have the torch, the current top of the line, and it sucks.
"It has touch screen" which works half ass and is an after thought.
It feels like "we need to compete with Apple, so throw a touch screen on...