Originally Posted by Joe hs
if you read the article it clearly states that there are more devices running android available than the iPhone OS
That's the clever thing about the Android-padding "facts" pundits... they...
Originally Posted by solipsism
I guarantee you that if Apple uses OLED it will not be the poor OLED used in the Nexus One. It sounds like you are getting hung up on an acronym and making a case that if Apple ever a better version...
Originally Posted by nasdarq
All true, but there is one essential omission of something that Google delivers and Apple doesn't: freedom from censorship.
Not entirely true..
Google the word "Cyanogen" and read...
Originally Posted by marik
I wonder if this will have any effect on the cat and mouse game the hackers and Apple have been playing. This almost seems like Apple throwing in the towel and giving up. Maybe they consider it waste of...
Originally Posted by str1f3
Agreed. The A4 chip (or whatever A class chip Apple will use) was most likely made with power efficiency in mind. Considering that the new laptops and iPad have staggeringly long battery life, one...
Originally Posted by cgc0202
Add to this the ability to "expand" images would also be very useful. I wish the magnification could be almost infinite but it seems from my testing of the iPad that Apple has placed a...
Originally Posted by cvaldes1831
The world is moving to mobile devices and Flash is being left behind. It's just the nature of progress: adapt or die. Time is running out for Adobe. They are not adapting fast enough.
Originally Posted by jragosta
I personally hope third party multitasking can be turned off. I don't have any need for it on my iPhone and don't want to suffer from the RAM and CPU usage of background apps if I forget to close...
Originally Posted by Rot'nApple
If Adobe is as lazy as Steve says. If Flash is a data hog as Apple says. If Flash hasn't been updated for Mac as some posters have said resulting in endless beach balls on the Mac while the...
Originally Posted by BenRoethig
There's been speculation that Opera is trying to bait Apple into a trap here.
The small print under the "Express" reads: "50 million rides and counting... Transportation...