Originally Posted by doyourownthing
nice to read reviews from people which are probably in microsoft's payroll
For fucks sake, Mossberg is one of Apple's biggest fans in print. Perhaps he gave Windows 7 a good review because...
Originally Posted by randythot
You do recognize the implications of allowing Skype/GV?
Stop lumping GV and Skype together, they are completely different. GV uses barely any data (voicemail, SMS and initiating calls only), and...
Originally Posted by lilgto64
Well not exactly - I bought a new printer to replace my trusty old Apple LaserWriter 630 Pro - which only supports Apple Talk - which somehow got left out of Snow Leopard.
Snow Leopard dropped...
One wonders if Sprint's solution is to have crappier phones and less customers, and therefore have less problems.
The iPhone has certainly shown AT&T's issues, but I remain to be convinced that if it were on Sprint or Verizon it...
Originally Posted by KT Walrus
Or, it could go the way it did in the early 1990s for PCs? Apple had a larger market share for Macs at this time than it does now for iPhones, but Microsoft's strategy of making the OS and selling...
Originally Posted by hezekiahb
what does anyone really need in Office for Mac? Oh, wait, there is Entourage!
Compatibility. OpenOffice/iWork aren't there yet. That said, I use Keynote exclusively as it is genuinely better...
Originally Posted by stuffe
I bought my macbook with Tiger, and got Leopard free (well, $10) on the up-to-date program. If I try and install Leopard from scratch, it will (if it cannot find a 10.4 install to work from) request...
Originally Posted by Quadra 610
There is no publicity issue. It's confined to small corners of the net, drummed up by tech writers, and is not reflected in the market at large.
I'm no tech writer, but I'm pretty pissed off with...