Originally Posted by Akac
More like productivity apps really need testing on a real device before submitting to Apple for UI testing.
I can grok that - I am waiting to do some testing myself - but I still can't wait to play...
Originally Posted by Quadra 610
Fine, but who pays for the certification and emissions-testing? And if you used to party and drink a lot then there's a certain amount of depreciation in value we have to consider. Besides, I'll...
Originally Posted by spliff monkey
No big applause from me. Sorry Steve, but if you were really that grateful you'd spend a fraction your own damned billions to help others. That's called compassion and selflessness. Maybe your...
Originally Posted by pmz
Good to hear, sounds like they're committed to approving hundreds of apps by April 3rd, given the timeline and promise of secondary feedback / final launch submissions.
May not have to run many of those...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
HTC has always taken a partnership-oriented, collaborative approach"...that are in violation of Apple's intellectual property. [ View this article at AppleInsider.com ]
Originally Posted by stonefree
And you have nothing to back up your claim that he wouldn't. Sure he did a good job, but any change in tax policy would have nothing to do with whether he sticks around, so I don't know why you...
Originally Posted by iVlad
This is just plain greedy! If the whole CD is truly amazing listeners would buy it anyway. They just trying to get as much money out of every song possible.
Musicians are called artists just as...