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It's about Adobe entering markets that they are unprepared for but claiming they support. They claim they have Flash for Windows, Mac and Linux. The claim is true to a degree. Adobe has created software for all three platforms, that inputs code and outputs Flash. The difference seems to be akin to compilation vs interpretation, where Windows users are treated to "compiled" Flash and everyone else gets "interpreted" Flash. If Adobe were to truly support all three...
..Not until Exchange support gets a LOT better on the Android platform. We're a Microsoft outfit and we've had several of our users ask about the Droid phones, and we keep telling them no, sorry, won't work with our Exchange email. Windows Mobile and iPhone have ActiveSync support. Palm had that poor VersaMail client and we don't want to go through that again with bolt-ons for Android.
Kovacm - Hey, then don't go recommending a Dell either. The Optiplex GX270's were victims of those bad capacitors too, and they had an extended service period for issues with that model, same as Apple. However, also same as Apple, now that the extended period is long over, they're free to decline to service the machines, also same as Apple. This is how things work. Just because your machine lasted longer on the bad caps than expected, don't expect to be taken care...
Okay, I thought TechStud knew his stuff but since he seems to have missed this... A screen with touch sensors is a touch screen, nothing more. One press to one button equivalent. Apple's multi-touch implementation is a touch screen or laptop trackpad that can register several touches at the same time, as well as "gestures" - where the multiple touches change position on the screen to form the basis of a command. It can tell the difference between a single finger, two...
You folks are asking for convergence of two industries that don't want to. Display Port is the future of monitor standards - VGA -> DVI -> DP. HDMI is the future of television standards - coaxial -> composite -> SVideo -> component -> HDMI. "And ne'r the two shall meet..." as they say. As others have noted, the adapters out there are unidirectional. WHY Apple didn't release an adapter with the new iMac is beyond me and ranks up there with who thought a single RAM...
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