10/15/09 at 7:55am
Posts by joelsalt
10/14/09 at 10:50am
Read entire article. And to camroidv27: there is an eBook reader app. that makes it an ereader product, albeit barely. Its about the same as calling the iPod touch a gaming machine. Threadbare argument, but one that Apple makes. But again, read the entire article, the end of which I even posted earlier in the thread. The tablet, not the touch, is the competitor. I wonder if people sit in coffee houses and talk about this pedantic crap when reading the New York Times.
10/14/09 at 10:46am
10/14/09 at 9:32am
it does, if someone buys one for that purpose. If the iPod Touch is a gaming machine, it sure as hell is an e-reader! Its a rumour website. And the tablet is coming. AI has reported on the tablet before. This news article is about a product that would, in their eyes, compete with a product they routinely do stories on. This is a non-issue. Back to topic: B&N in Canada?
10/14/09 at 9:14am
that depends who you ask. My office mate uses his Touch all the time to read ebooks. Also: the article specifically cites the Tablet. For those too lazy to read the end of the article:whether you agree or not is moot, but AI thinks its apple news because AI thinks its a competing product. People need to quit bitching about news stories no one is forcing them to read.
10/14/09 at 8:56am
When other companies directly compete with apple by producing directly competing products, believe it or not, it effects apple and thus is apple news
10/14/09 at 8:11am
e-ink also is reflective, rather than emitive so it can be read in direct sunlight. A huge advantage, I think.
10/13/09 at 7:59am
10/13/09 at 7:56am
10/7/09 at 10:49pm
i don't get it. Maybe people need to start washing their hands more often? In years since I owned that mouse the ball stopped working once. I rolled it upside down for a minute on white paper and its worked fine ever since.