Originally Posted by mstone
All OSs have their strengths and weaknesses. Linux is the ultimate webserver in my opinion. Android actually makes a pretty decent phone too, not as good as iPhone but still pretty good. So it is...
Originally Posted by Roc Ingersol
Maemo is an interesting piece of kit, with a much brighter future than Symbian. But Nokia just doesn't know what it's doing with it. Some times it seems they want to really leverage their own...
Originally Posted by PaulMJohnson
That's not true - this doesn't equate to having no copyright. The copyright laws are to prevent people stealing your work. I still maintain there is no stealing going on at all.
In terms of...
That copyright suit is a bit crazy considering that Apple already settled with that person over the original use of the image in their own advertising.
Sure, it's dumb that no one noticed the image in the i.TV app (horrible app...
Originally Posted by Boogerman2000
B.S., what you are doing is creating drama by commenting on the poor taste of the post, rather than simply deleting it. There are stupid, incendiary comments posted on this site on a regular...
Originally Posted by Mac Voyer
This is what happens when people start piling on. All developers start to get a chip on their shoulder and feel like they have been wronged even before anything bad happens to them. They start to...
Originally Posted by Dr Millmoss
It's that big almost unpopulated place north of here, where the people talk funny. Am I right?
Don't forget it's also the only country to have kicked the US's ass in a war, invaded your soil all...
Originally Posted by teckstud
No- it just means that your wealthiest 10% has just wisend up.
Actually you can walk by any coffee shop even in the poorest parts of town (where I live of course), and see at least 40/60, Macs vs....
Shouldn't this article read:
"Palm hired ... failed product designer Jon Rubinstein, and disgraced former chief financial officer Fred Anderson?"
The way I heard it, Rubenstein was the guy arguing (very forcefully)...
Despite Microsoft's constant talk about "innovation" and the fact that they spend far more money on R&D than Apple, it's always been pretty clear which company is *really* the hotbed of new ideas and inventions.