Originally Posted by Zoolook
but who wants to pay 30% more every time you buy content.
You don't, the content provider does. Apple was cunning enough to forbid companies to sell items at a higher price in the app store.
Originally Posted by melgross
Do not lecture me. If you do it again, I'll remove your posts. I don't like the tone of these posts, and I've already had calls to shut the whole thread down. Would you prefer that?
Originally Posted by mstone
So yes they are very predictable. There are already a few ad blockers available that do exactly what I described.
Advanced ad blockers like Adblock Plus can also filter out requests before they are...
Originally Posted by captbilly
There was a time when I went to Apple insider to see what was new in Apple hardware and software, but now it just seems to be nothing more than the PR arm of Apple.
AppleInsider was not always...
Okey, I'm having a bad cold so I might have misunderstood something, but how can iAd Producer be a blow to Flash when the ads produced with it only run on a platform where Flash is not available anyway? I thought that competition...
Originally Posted by anonymouse
On Windows, ZoneAlarm (and possibly other firewall/AV software) is a frequent cause of problems, particularly with OS updates.
Yes, for Windows or other update mechanisms which have to contact...
WebSockets is in a messy state right now as most (all?) browsers implement the outdated version 76 which will be replaced with a newer one due to some serious issues discovered with the old proposal. Mozilla is right now discussing...
Originally Posted by Titan10
The less Consortium and Micro are involved the better for the language
Yeah, right. Leaving out the biggest web browser vendor will surely do wonders for interoperability. Some people also would...