There's some history here too. When the NeXT was being released he fretted about this exact problem, as the development market quickly stratified. He noted that "this will be the last platform to succeed, or the first to fail".
SEC is investigating Wall St. analysis for having "eyes" and "brain". Also under suspicion are a class of new electronic devices, "phones".
This is retarded. The SEC completely missed the sub-prime and CDS/CDO meltdowns because they didn't understand them, and this is how they're going to fix it? By punishing people for improving transparency?
Well duh, offer a $99 tuner box that plugs into it. Have an app in the store that you download to operate it, and pass the video through.
Would I pay $200 for a iTunes box and a cable tuner with a useful UI?
And let me plug my AirBook's DVD into it too.
No they didn't. The security hole was published by other parties, they just used it. Telling YOU about the hole did not change the security of the system one iota.Well the first claim here is clearly false, and the second two are not problems.No it is not. It never was. You have always had the right to jailbreak your phone. Always.
What HAS changed is that it is now legal to circumvent a technical lock to make a tool to jailbreak. The recent change affected programmers,...
Actually it's big claim to fame in this area is that it can be injection moulded, like thermoplastics. That means they could ditch the milling entirely. It costs a LOT more money than aluminum, but my guess is for small amounts of material the milling costs might be more than the material.
VERY interesting development.
> Apple's latest handset have experienced fewer dropped calls than those who own an iPhone 3GS
Is anyone really surprised to hear this? Even the statistics reported by Apple at the press conference was almost certainly statistically insignificant. I'll bet that another month's numbers will show the dropped call numbers have gone down.