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Why no mention of TuneKit? I'm sure they'll have a similar version for books. (BooKit?)
Look, I'm gonna cut to the chase here: Most of the p0rn pages I frequent don't display correctly in Chrome. End of story. (Bangbus seems to work okay, however.)
Can someone verify this? Why would it be out of the question? Are field trials assumed to occur in the US and the US only? What about the Australian outback?
This dance routine was cool for the first 30 seconds, but, after that, people start tuning out and become slightly uncomfortable. It's like dance Nazis--people who are completely and totally convinced that everyone else, like them, loves to dance and makes it their business to drag everyone out onto the dance floor.
I'm going to wait the 4 years or so for the non-beta version of the Google Phone.
Does this app fall under the "Used once every 6 months" category? One thing I liked about the Add/Remove Programs control panel in Windows was that it told you how often applications were used. I wish the iPhone had the same thing, 'cause I have apps on there that are like firecrackers: used once and done.
I'm not buying this obvious side-effect of the Reality Distortion Field. Push Notification Server is not Apple's solution to background apps, but a meager attempt at bandaging what is a serious lack of multitasking functionality. Try using Skype on the iPhone, then let me know what happens when you receive that first phone call after it's launched.
AT&T, I don't know who you're trying to kid, but for a proof-is-in-the-pudding demonstration, come on out to my town here in Silicon Valley and I'll show you how much your coverage sucks compared to Verizon. I'm not in the middle of Montana. I'm in Saratoga, California, and your dead spots far outweigh any Verizon deadspots. To try and gather some unscientific data, my wife, who uses Verizon, and I have driven around the Valley quite a few times, and where I will drop 3...
Ooooh, unlimited viewings of Cash Cab anyone? Have you seen the "sub-library" Netfflix offers to its Instant Watch subscribers? Good thing it's free.
If you can't beat 'em, sue 'em. My European friends are always aghast at how lawsuit-happy we are here in the US. Looks like Finns aren't far behind.
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