Originally Posted by popnfresh
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...
Originally Posted by nagromme
iLounge often seems to have an anti-Apple, pro-accessory bias, possibly connected to their advertising revenue. I say seems because Im not ready to pass definite judgement on that.
But leave it...
Originally Posted by esummers
These are software patents. Unless you plan to sneak in to his house and steal source code, you would have to re-implement (which is hard).
No, no. That's ok. Just tell me what the final product...
Originally Posted by Wonder
Read and be educated....
Um... sure. Just as soon as I finish stabbing myself in the eyes, I'll get right on it.
Originally Posted by Shrike
Apple does not nor does anyone have a patent on any kind of gesture. Apple does not even have a patent on pinch-to-zoom/open/close gesture. They have patents on certain touch screen UI mechanisms and...
Originally Posted by reliason
I agree that it is all about battery life. I think that HP will be LUCK to get 2 hours out of it's slate running Win 7. The hardware requirements for Win 7 are just so much higher that the extra...
Originally Posted by DaHarder
(Funny how quickly the sped past the keyboard entry portion)[/CENTER]
Yeah, 'cause "typing" on a querty is such a interesting and unusual feature.
Originally Posted by Gazoobee
I think ghostface might have been being sarcastic, but I'm with you. At that price, I am going to buy one just to fool around with and it is more of a want than a need.
One of the things I...