Any app you pay money for should not require or even offer an in app purchase, unless it is to unlock a free version of an app into a full version.
This is especially true with games. Seriously, people essentially paying money for a...
Originally Posted by X38
I wouldn't say that - I have no doubt that Android is very high quality spyware. If you don't mind Google knowing everything about you and selling your soul to advertisers, then Android is for...
Originally Posted by Dick Applebaum
What makes caching work, however, are lots of reqrests for the same pages -- so Amazon can just deliver from the server cache to the device (no need to re-retrieve and rerender the pages)
Silk is just an excuse for data collection. Anyone with a basic understanding of networking would realize that the performance boost would be unnoticeable, and it might actually make things worse in many conditions.
Originally Posted by Scaramanga89
You forgot about the third option:
3. I think I want an iPad but Mum and Dad will buy me a kindle fire as it does all the same things and they can buy one for my brother as well and still have...
Originally Posted by jragosta
Granted, app availability stinks, but the system itself works great. It could actually be a good purchase for someone. I could see RIM buying it.
That would be a disaster. Doing nothing with it at...