or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by ecs

Kuo, Kuo, Kuo... how different our tastes are. You like investment, money, and popular markets. I like the Mac, and computers in general. If the world was just two islands, I'm sure we'd choose a different one. Oh Kuo...
So you need to be an experienced professional photographer in order to use a DSLR, but you just need a few training weeks to use an iPhone? I thought the camera isn't what makes a photographer. Welcome to the "post-Mac" era. People who don't understand why I hate the "post-Mac" Apple so much, will realize in the coming years. Microsoft, in their most arrogant years, was like Bambi compared to the "post-Mac" Apple.
  Linux has full support for 30 bit color. Windows also supports it (disabling aero, because of how messy Windows is, but anyway supports it). The NVIDIA document describing how 30bit color is supported on Linux and Windows dates from 2009 (2009!!!). And Apple has put most of their engineering effort on iPhone and iPad all this time. If, as you claim, the iOS engineering effort has nothing to do with the lack of 30bit color support on the Mac, then we must conclude Apple...
I hope they add 30bit color support soon. It's a shame all the hardware is there but the OS won't allow it yet. If there was no iPhone and no iPad, we would have features like this already implemented. Too sad.
[yawn] ...yet another boring rumor...   Can we please have some _real_ rumor? I mean a rumor about an interesting product. For example, a Mac Pro rumor.
If the competitor is Android, iOS doesn't need anything special to beat it, because Android is made by removing from Linux its best strengths, and replacing them with non-consistent and unstable concepts from the Windows world. Add Java to it, unreasonable apps permissions to user private data, and you end up with a system iOS beats in every release. So, iOS doesn't need anything special *if* (and note the *if*) the competitor is Android. But if some vendor manages to...
People here is happy to admit the computer market is saturated, as a justification for Apple investing more on iToys than on the Mac. However, they'll never thought the toy market is soon to become saturated. Easy money comes easy, but ends easy as well. Get used to it, such toy saturation will be a reality soon. However, people will continue to need new computers. Once the toy market becomes saturated, the computer market will show its natural higher demand than the toy...
Mac Pro pleaaaaase
Situations I often use street view for:-I'm an architect: street view doesn't replace good photographs, nor a real visit to the place, but in the same minute a client talks you of a location, you can have a good sight of that place, instantly. You'll have to go to the place, but this first look helps a lot, since you can advance important questions even before doing the real visit.-When looking for a new home: discarding some houses, and focus in other houses because of...
That's the point. Flyover is useless, although it's a nice eye candy. I can see why Google is copying it, just for the "wow" factor.However, it's ridiculous how the article forgets that Google has both now: yes, a useless (yet cool) flyover mode, and, of course, street view (useful, and also cool).That's what happens when you try to compete with somebody who has either more resources than you, or that invests them in a more smart way: they'll advance faster than you.Apple...
New Posts  All Forums: