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So no purchases with this anyway! You don't want to buy an app just because you are looking at the phone! FAIL Oh and if there's someone from macrumors, let me tell you for once, **** your website that uses samsung fans as moderators.
Did you try taking it back to Appl? Maybe you've got a faulty unit.
I don't believe even one second that this will be present in their next Galaxy phone 1- Samsung is uncapable of doing something like that. You'd need a camera with a very high resolution capable of doing quickly a complex analysis. And it would need a light or wouldn't work in low light which takes me to 2- it's totally impractical. People don't always stare at their phone when they unlock it. They may have glasses, hair in front of their eyes, they may be looking...
Will you say that's a bad thing if Apple does the same thing? Saying that it's bad because other remotes don't work with it is not an argument. Who cares for universal remotes?Just like with so many celebrities called to 'talk' about a product. I'm not saying it's a good thing, but Samsung is far from being the only company doing this.
Totally right. Just because Jaffray is linked to Apple doesn't make their analysis less nonsensical. Of course apps on iOS have always been better not because there are more but because...they are better.
Schadenfreude? Their TV OS is still terrible, especially now compared to what LG has just introduced.
Trying to look something bad against Samsung in this is ridiculous. The prompters at CES have a problem, it happened again today. Bay was simply caught off guard. He's a director, he doesn't have to know how to do public speeches. This could have happened with many other companies. But yes, I think it couldn't happen with Apple where they do lots of rehearsals.
Yes, Apple will NEVER do a hybrid. Dual-boot is not something people should be forced to do. I believe they will largely expand iOS capabilities this year, with possible multi-window support. The Verge has a video showing how the successor to WebOS, Eel, would have looked and how it would have managed multitasking.    http://www.theverge.com/2014/1/2/5264580/the-lost-secrets-of-webos   It used 'flat' design before Apple or Google used it. And the implementation of...
 Now I'm going to suffer if they don't do that.  Those are for the power supply. They always are that big. The Mac Pro sports the same kind of components.
 "most downloaded apps are used once and never again anyway"... what? "So why do you think a tablet would be a better value for a similar price?" well, apart from the example you gave about writing a lot on the web, I'd say the tablet form factor makes it more interesting in pretty much everything else.   Setting an Apache, and a DNS to access it? Seems a lot of work when other computers simply show the drive on the desktop.
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