From Daring Fireball:
Agam Shah, reporting for IDG:
“The comments made by Anand Chandrasekher, Qualcomm CMO, about 64-bit computing were inaccurate,” said a Qualcomm spokesperson in an email. “The mobile hardware and software...
Originally Posted by sennen
I don't have a problem with Apple pulling the app because it is against the law in a particular country. If I open a bricks and mortar store in Xizhimen in Beijing and sell illegal...
Originally Posted by rcfa
Very easy answer: do what Amazon does: allow any user to shop in any of Amazon's national stores with a single user ID.
That way they can abide by the law and remove it from the Chinese AppStore,...
Quote:Originally Posted by Cpsro The popular press had best be careful in reporting on this subject or they risk losing hundreds of millions in $camscum advertising dollors.
$12 billion spent on marketing indeed gets you a lot of...
It gets better. From Anandtech re: Benchmark cheating:
Anand Lal Shimpi - Tuesday, October 01, 2013
We've been struggling with how to deal with this one for a little while now. Unfortunately this optimization is...
"Samsung Recruited to Join ‘MobileBench’ Consortium Tasked With Creating New Mobile Benchmarks"
And in baseball news, Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun are collaborating on new tests for performance-enhancing...
Originally Posted by capasicum
1. 64-bit CPUs do not have advantage over 32-bit CPUs when running 32-bit tests/benchmarks as the software does not take advantage of the additional registers and their greater...
Originally Posted by digitalclips
You do that too? I always have the 'better half's cast off' … so this Christmas i'll have an iPhone 5 at last
Haha, no, we've moved to staggering our upgrades. I'll hang onto my...