Strange given that Oslo was a demo city for the mapping company that Apple bought to make Flyover ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=gSmunh6NIQI )
It has already been airplane-mapped once, at least.
Everyone needs to consider the world vs US when talking about marketshare. Many blogs throw up graphs without considering whether it's NPD research channels or quarterlies or whatever.
For instance in this past Christmas season...
Originally Posted by melgross
With the iPod, it was seen that the concept was becoming popular.
With the iPhone, it was known the concept was popular.
With the tablet, the concept has been seen to be a failure.
That's a very...
Originally Posted by Virgil-TB2
With all the arguments over what a possible tablet device might be called lately, perhaps this reflects a similarly heated debate inside Apple.
iBook? iPad? iTablet? MacBook? Newton?
Everyone up on AAPL tickers knew Jan 2007 was the real deal for a phone announcement. But there wasn't a single person outside of the executive VPs and the board of directors who had even laid eyes on it in final form. No one predicted a...
Originally Posted by bsenka
Why does Apple always insist on taking important things away every time they add a feature that every other notebook at half the price already has?
These new models have some great features that I and...