Now that iPhone is on a bunch of carriers, let's hope that it encourages price competition among them. Maybe even add some competitive services like Apple initially did with visual voicemail with AT&T.
Originally Posted by tylerk36
I guess to have Siri totally built into a Phone, the phone would have to have one massive amount of memory and have a database built in or maybe a chip to handle the program. Would make the phone...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
Korea has traditionally been a tough market for foreign competes to compete in, especially when matched up against local giants such as Samsung and LG.
I was visiting South Korea just last...
Not sure how iPads in schools are/will be implemented, but I immediately think of potential problems like theft and breakage.
Unlike boring old textbooks and even crappy educational laptops, the iPad is a sexy beast and students will...
Originally Posted by zindako
The investors speculate about Apples war chest of 80+ billion in their accounts, it's now being put to use by the company to expand its physical infrastructure. And to think they don't have to get...
Originally Posted by matthawaii
A post from Feb 2008 asking for a mid-range tower.
We should call it 'Mac'
Mac Mini < Mac < Mac Pro
Those Mac tower users (like me: dual G5), who can be lumped into the category of...
Originally Posted by auxio
Macs will enter the enterprise when people stop choosing proprietary, closed, network infrastructure technology which is near impossible for anyone but the company that created it to support...
Originally Posted by Maury Markowitz
So, here's a question why would I possibly want this?
I consider my TV to be nothing other than a large monitor. I get inputs from a cable box, PS3 and an Apple TV. I can add new inputs,...