Originally Posted by Carniphage
Translation: Engadget's so called "sources" had been smoking too deeply from the rumorpipe.
They are now backtracking wildly and try to dismiss their earlier off-target predictathon by...
Originally Posted by Eideard
Don't like Apple's choices? Try the competition.
I'm glad you are not in charge.
This isn't about Apple having them by the short and curlies. If it isn't a worthwhile partnership, they WILL...
Originally Posted by Logisticaldron
Thats all true, but there are different ways to snare a customer. Some of them yield higher profits whilst making the customer think youre doing them a favor.
For instance, those overdraft...
Originally Posted by sidste
Why is this a carrier controlled feature? I pay for 2GB of data each month. Why do I have to pay extra to use it in teathering mode? 2G is 2G. I should get to use it any way I want.
A lot of...
Originally Posted by AsianBob
As I've said, if you have the device already in-hand, then all of this is a moot point. The difference is if you happen to be using another device.
Say I'm using a friend's computer and come...
Originally Posted by meh 2
...huh? Perhaps I misunderstood Mr. Lo's "context" - or perhaps some other parameter. Best that I bring his comments forward so that I may reconsider them in light of his regret that I...
I had the first generation and the 3Gs. Never dropped either of them once. I got the iPhone 4 in August and have dropped it at least half a dozen times. I think it is the metal bands/antennae on the sides. It seems to just slide...
Originally Posted by IronTed
Guess Steve Jobs did read my email after all. I told them to bolster the security of Mac OS X
by fully implementing ASLR. I also told Steve to increase enterprise focus and hire more direct...