Excellent. AI sends out a news flash (!) on a new feature in an apple product. Super, inside scoop, guys!
Meanwhile, the latest update from Apple broke my mac:
Originally Posted by applestockholder
iDVD did not change the movie business, similarly iBook author will not dramatically change the textbook business. It's about content and quality of that content...
Hear hear. OK, I've...
Underwhelmed. First time I've seen Apple announce something that is largely irrelevant. And with iBooks Author, now anyone can make a textbook with crappy content, and claim it is a "published textbook." I can see whole school...
Originally Posted by docbop
Apple is getting to be such assholes. It's a tribute and I can see a whole lot of Apple/Jobs fans who would like to have a remembrance like that action figure. Why not cut a deal to say n% goes to...
Originally Posted by Touch1
... get a couple before they pull them off the market,
then wait 10 years,
and sell it on eBay for $450000 ... or a million and a half.
....and get sued by AAPL then. Fuggetabouddit.
Originally Posted by umrk_lab
Funny. in the ancient times of computer industry, there were "IBM watchers", trying to decipher Big blue strategy, and to anticipate the next move. Seems they are recycled into Apple...
Originally Posted by Mr. Me
Sony thinking? That's an oxymoron.
If you subscribe to basic cable and have no additional components such as Blu-ray, DVR, or video game connected to your TV set, then I agree. OTOH, if you are like...
New products from AAPL usually involve fixing tech where the competitors suck. TV generally don't suck. What sucks is what is on them. Not sure there's any tech to fix that. I have no interest in talking to my tv.
Originally Posted by VinitaBoy
I may be wrong . . . but isn't next Wednesday the 18th of January, 2012? I sure hope everyone shows up on the correct day!
"Apple on Wednesday sent out invitations for a special event next...