or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by popnfresh

umm... it has nothing to do with the number of patents and everything to do with how important the patents are and how strong a case the plaintiff has. we don't know the answer yet on either count.
These photos don't reveal much of anything. Anything that might indicate what a component does is covered up.
And obviously the only opinions you hold are the ones dictated to you by Steve Jobs. The bigger Apple gets, the more arrogant and pig-headed it becomes. We're already beginning to see the fallout from that in the iPhone's marketshare, which is falling relative to Android's. Apple has become the new Microsoft.
I guess that must be why the iPhone's marketshare is declining and Android's is increasing, huh.
More and more, Apple seems to be ignoring what people want in favor of what Steve Jobs is convinced they should want--Flash on the iPhone/Touch/iPad, user-replaceable batteries, support for more audio and video codecs. And now this.
I had an iPhone and replaced it with a Google Nexus One (which I love, btw). Dr. Soneira needs to get his eyes checked. The N1 screen blows the iPhone's screen right out of the water. It's brighter, sharper and the colors are much more appealing. And the screen is also considerably larger than the iPhone's. Every time I show my N1 to my friends who own iPhones their jaws drop. It's that much better.
I want to donate to the Haiti relief effort, but I question that money I give to the Red Cross through iTunes would, in fact, be earmarked for Haiti. The Red Cross is on record as saying that all money given to them at any time goes into their general fund and is used for whatever they deem appropriate. That means that some of the money may go to Haiti, but some or even all of it may also go to some other Red Cross project, or even administrative expenses. I applaud Apple...
Now the entire country can have lousy 3G coverage from AT&T.
The problem is not that our CS3 installs have quit working. I work for an advertising agency, and when we're forced to upgrade because Adobe has arbitrarily decided to change native file formats generated by their current products, it costs us $30,000 to upgrade all of our workstations--and we're a small agency. And to do it after only 14 months since CS3 was introduced is robbery. It's naked corporate greed, pure and simple. If we don't upgrade we will not be able to open...
OK, maybe 3 years was a bit of an exaggeration for rhetorical reasons--it was more like 2 years, but still, today Adobe is going to the well far too frequently. Let's take a look at Photoshop's release history, for example. Photoshop 2.5 - released 11/1992 Photoshop 3.0 - released 11/1994 Photoshop 4.0 - released 11/1996 after that, the schedule accelerates... Photoshop 5.0 - released 5/1998 then slows back down... Photoshop 6.0 - released 9/2000 then accelerates...
New Posts  All Forums: