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Have all confirmed there is no DRM in the Shuffle 3G headphones. They proved it for me. iLounge still thinks they have a valid point even if it's not technically DRM for content control, and EFF now has a redacted version of the story on the site.
iLounge and EFF ran the table with unsubstantiated claims. Those claims are demonstrably false. Unless they had a source that lied to them, they lied. Where is the retraction?
He admitted he did this, generating "activity" to protect his market position and characterizing the activity as "fiction". When he touts himself as an expert and tells people "but of course you have to do it..." then he's clearly no longer in the "don't try this at home" camp. Absent crystal balls, plain old people will do what the experts suggest. And I don't buy the "Bear Stearns lied to me" defense - if Cramer's such a financial whiz, then he had lots more than the...
Um, yeah. Anyone who listens to this guy for financial advice deserves what they get.
Back in the day I could walk into a room and tell you if there was a monitor on. End of the day I just had to open the lab door to hear if anything was still on. Now I have to go look. My hearing is clipped at about 13,600 Hz. My students think it's a riot. That's when I crank the generator up to 17kHz and then they play nice. Played through a loudspeaker in public it's known as a "yob deterrent" in the UK.
To make sure it wasn't April 1. Wow. Wow wow wow. An amazing bit of tech in a small package. At first I thought they borrowed this from the Nike+ system, but I believe that's recorded snippets, this has to be engineered from VoiceOver.
"After making itself appear impervious to economic conditions," Exactly how did they make themselves look impervious? Or are you merely editorializing (that's French for "making stuff up").
"As we look at the netbook category, that's a nascent category," Apple chief executive Steve Jobs said last fall. "As best as we can tell, there's not a lot of them being sold." ...from Tim Cook, who noted that netbooks are "principally based on hardware that's much less powerful than we think customers want, software technology that is not good, cramped keyboards, small displays." "We don't think people will be pleased with those products," he added. "It's a category we...
This is trivial. The contract length is a single number in a template somewhere. Change it. Kinda like adding months to MobileMe as a concession. Odds are they will figure it out. So how many actual developers are there in a rage as opposed to the one source for this article?
You can blame me. The extended keyboard is a beast. I have the white plastic extended keyboard and love it. Can't stand the large aluminum, don't need the wifi. I'd been saying this option has been missing since the day they intro'd the other two.
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