Originally Posted by Qualia
It seems that people underestimate Nintendo as much as they do Apple. I see them as very similar:
Both know that consumers don't care about specs so much as the overall experience.
Just as Apple...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
However, Nintendo's expanded gamer demographics of high school girls and men 30-40 now say they'd rather have an iPhone than carry a DS, according to the report.
Sounds right for my eldest....
Originally Posted by SpamSandwich
Reich has been really wrong on so many things that I can only guess that he either uses Apple products or he is a shareholder for him to make these statements.
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Originally Posted by Goldenclaw
As someone else said, jailbreaking is done to:
1. Unlock the phone to use with different carriers
2. Get at the phone's filesystem
3. Tether to share phone's Internet connection with a...
Originally Posted by Eriamjh
Why would an Adobe employee tell its own employer how much their products stinks (if it does)?
Because that would be the mark of a good employee.
"I want people to tell me the truth, even if...
Originally Posted by hugodinho
Pronto. Now Apple is a reasonable and loveable company again.
Interestingly, they left up a pretty darn sexy application for a magazine I've never read:
True Cowboy Magazine
I almost puke every time I see company videos which discuss using our internal apps on a Windows Mobile PDA. Heck, no Windows Mobile PDA is listed on our extremely limited supported device list. They're all Windows Mobile Not Very...
Originally Posted by Dlux
I guess Jackson Turner is overestimating the intelligence of the average American consumer. Microsoft will produce mediocre products for a long time to come, and ill-informed people will continue to buy...
Originally Posted by teckstud
Annoying whining sound? What is that about?
Sometimes when placed in a dock, you get an ugly squawk out of the dock. I can't tell if this is specific to the 3GS or the 3.0 software (it happens with...
Originally Posted by simonsharks
A very interesting a well written article but what exactly has it got to do with Apple?
Oracle's CEO Larry Ellison is on Apple's board.
Oracle's database software runs on MacOS X . Still...