Originally Posted by Mister Snitch
2) I don't think Kindle buyers necessarily PREFER e-ink. That's far from proven. E-ink is just what you got at the Kindle price.
E-ink is the only reason for our two Kindles, otherwise we...
Originally Posted by sennen
I wanted webOS tablets to do well. But for goodness sake, they only did well once reduced to bargain bin prices!
That is true and I suspect a lot of other tablet makers lost customers because of...
Originally Posted by kresh
That would be a no-no, Apple relies on "form over function". Ports on the front would blow the ascetics!
Since many Minis are in living rooms looks matter. That's why many of us don't have...
Originally Posted by stelligent
Even if one is not a BB fan, this is sad news. More jobs will be lost. A once dynamic and innovative company keeps sliding. I personally do not see any reason to rejoice over such news.
Originally Posted by mdriftmeyer
The number one and two competitors to Apple in the Tablet market run Linux with Android and WebOS.
For now. The whole android thing is a passing fad. In the not too far future you will see iOS...
Originally Posted by Mac.World
I believe you need a random sampling size of roughly 1,050 developers to get a realistic representation of the entire dev populous, assuming there are 61,000 of them.
No you don't. That sample...
Originally Posted by nkhm
Nice to see the US once again playing catchup. I have a T-Mobile iPhone here in the UK and I love it. They have the best coverage, the fastest 3G and best customer service in the UK.
Originally Posted by aimac1
This is what fixed the problem for me. Connecting ATV2 via Wifi = a miserable Netflix experience. Constantly buffering. Once I moved the ATV2 near my router and plugged in via Ethernet, all of my...