So does "WAPI is a natively created Chinese security protocol for wireless Internet access." mean that they want to have their own protocols to protect against foreign interests? or perhaps more likely so that the government...
I have not seen the patents in question - but it would seem to me that unless you talking about very specific protocols and the underlying...
Originally Posted by paxman
Me too. I also imagine Tesla to be a far more interesting proposition than MS. Apple and Tesla are both forward looking innovative companies wanting to stir things up whereas MS just wanted to...
Originally Posted by Henriok
I've always wondered how FaceTime would work to devices that doesn't have telephony, such as computers and iPod touches. How does the initiating device know where to call? I thought that FaceTime uses...
Originally Posted by iancass79
Why wouldn't it? Why would apple not allow FaceTime to other things than the iPhone? They're proud of it and I think they want as many as possible to be able to use it. For example, right now I...
They should have called it the TARDIS - and then advertised with "It's Bigger on the Inside"
A = And
R = Relative
D = Dimension
I = In
S = Space
T = Total
A = Apple
R = Reality
D = Distortion
Originally Posted by jpellino
... they think this will make a difference.
Also sad is that I will no longer be able to arrange my Office icons in the dock to spell PEWX.
Could you not make your own icons? or copy the old...
This is not a matter of having tested the iPhone - and if there is a small subset of hardware that on the provider end of the link that is not handling 3G for ALL 3G devices the way that it is supposed to then that device needs to be...
isn't that some measure of success that many companies strive to attain? a device so successful that when you embed it into a variety of other devices that some portion of the general public simply takes it for granted.