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Docomo is suffering from their hubris from bygone days when Japan led the world in cool phones with features no one else had and they controlled 75% of the Japanese market. This was before the iPhone. Japanese phones were the envy of the world back then with big beautiful displays all sorts of features that no other country had in their phones. They invented something called i-mode which allowed the internet over the phone in a way that had not been done before. Think of...
Great job Apple and also to the SCOTUS for doing their job.
Hopefully with this new maps website, error reports will now be addressed and corrected in a more timely manner.  It will certainly be easier to report on a computer with a keyboard.  I reported several errors in my city over a year ago but I still see the erroneous data listed in Apple maps. I think this is certainly one area where Google leads with their faster response to correcting errors. Those same errors I reported to Apple I also reported to Google since they had...
This is exactly the kind of integration between OS X and iOS that will lead to a lot more cool stuff in the future. Google and Microsoft are hardly friends so they will never have this level of integration between Windows and Android. Apple will have the iPhone, iPod, iPad, Apple TV and Macs all working beautifully together. Messages in mountain lion was just a small taste as is maps and airplay. There is still a lot more integration and synergy between Macs and iOS...
You said it was tough to see any synergy and I simply pointed out that there is a lot of synergy given the spectrum and lower cost for phones and network equipment. The onus is on you to show why you think there is little to no synergy. 
  Nope, I just have a very good memory and remember exactly what you told us. Answer the question, do you have an iPhone or not? This is not top secret personal info. I have an iPhone 5 64GB model with Sprint. So tell us what phone you have TS. 
Yeah you did. You said you won in in a local radio station contest it was the iPhone 1st gen and that is the only one you have ever owned.  It was a while back and you typed many other info about yourself at that time which I can type here to help jog your memory if you like. I have a very good memory. Of course that was many months back and things might have changed. So do you have an iPhone other than the 1st generation iPhone you won in a radio contest or not? Very...
I have understood everything you have written I just think the vast majority of your posts are snarky, snide, or abusive comments that add no value to the discussion and are meant solely for shock value and to get a rise out of people for attention. Every once in a while you will post something of value and those posts are easy to notice since you do not quote anyone and they are longer than one line.    Well Yoda, bring a smile to your face it does? OK, so exactly how...
That is certainly consistent with the way I use my iPad. I would say I use it in landscape mode about 90% of the time. I also use my iPhone more often in landscape. The only really exceptions are talking or checking email quickly, but for most other things I prefer landscape. 
  Seems like you hit a nerve with that one.    Funny how the person that posts more often than anyone else about any and every iPhone related article doesn't even own an iPhone. Don't bother asking him why he won't buy one or what phone he uses if any since he will simply ignore those questions. Always the bridesmaid but never the bride when it come to owning an iPhone. But always the first one to tell iPhone owners why they are wrong about any observation they make from...
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