Originally Posted by snova
Well said. Now.. what content does Amazon have the majority share on besides books?
iTunes vs Amazon mp3?
Netflix vs Amazon Prime?
Android App store vs Amazon App store?
Headline is inaccurate. Should read "roughly 40% of mobile phone users surveyed... plan to buy the iPhone 5". It's ridiculous that such a small sample can be extrapolated to include the entire population of mobile phone users.
Originally Posted by Shaun, UK
Just seen the UK prices - WTF!
$79 in the US > £89 in the UK
$99 in the US > £109 in the UK
What a f****** rip off. At todays exchange rates it should be £50 and £63.
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
I don't want ebooks that can't be read on other readers?
List of devices books purchased from the iBooks store can be read on:
- iPod touch
List of devices books...
Originally Posted by Apple ][
On the front page of Verizon.com right now, you'll see this:
I don't see them giving away any iPhones for free.
How can anybody get upset with me for pointing out that Android is not a premium...
Instead of doing this, how about investing some time and effort into developing better security for the accounts than a simple password?
Google has Apple beat here, as does Facebook. Both offer two step authentication, something Apple...
A company makes $300m in profit in 3 months and it's "failing"?
Originally Posted by digitalclips
Great Links. The first link's article is so blindingly obvious I can't believe Android fans even need to have this...
Originally Posted by muppetry
Is that extra security something that you have to enable? It does not behave like that for me - I can get in with just email address and password from any machine - or at least all that I have...
Originally Posted by d-range
Are you back again with that weird statement about Google's "second to none security features". What does that even mean, and how does it make any of Google's services so much more secure?...
Originally Posted by TBell
That is what I am doing. I use Bing. Occasionally, I will switch to Google search, but Bing has greatly improved. Moreover, it gives you points you can trade in for things like X-Box points.