Originally Posted by jeffharris
As a general media delivery/consumption and stealth computing device, it makes sense for Apple to push gaming over productivity. How many spreadsheet commercials have you ever seen? Commercials and...
Originally Posted by Quadra 610
The iPad wil be as "serious" as Apple and devs want to make it.
Come back a year from now. You'll be surprised. The iPad will be *the* next-gen computing platform. As the iPad...
Originally Posted by Felix01
@ nearly half fall into the games category, while just 3 percent are books
I'm not surprised by that. I mean, how many book reading apps does someone need when Apple's own (yet unreleased) app will...
Originally Posted by rbonner
But good news, this proves the existence of trolls.
Here's wishing him and his loved ones peace.
I am completely with you! I have no idea what all these faith trolls are doing in a tech blog!
The angels and gods had better prevented this in the first case. So I suppose there are no angels or gods around. So let better the doctors take care of this,they actually exist and if help is possible, they can provide it.
Originally Posted by iTattoo
Well from a shareholder perspective this is good news. From a consumer point of view it sure looks like the Apple Tax is not only alive and well - it's getting bigger.
I'm looking forward to price...
Originally Posted by kotatsu
I was ready to buy a 27" top of the line iMac last year, until I saw it lacked a blu-ray drive.
Since then PCs have come down in price so much I can't see myself buying the iMac, even if Apple...
Originally Posted by nite41
I don't care what Apple is going to bring in with 10.6.3, but if they don't rectify the Finder Error code 36, I'll pissed to an extent that would make Ballmer (with an iPhone) look like a wuss! haha!...