Does this mean, I should throw my freshly unpacked iPad Air right out of the window?
This kind of stories get more and more reticulous.
Even soma double blinded WSJ jerks should realize: this is a 100% made up story.
Quote:Originally Posted by sarahmac It's a nice idea but iCloud isn't enterprise friendly. Pretty much 95% of iPhone and iPad use in enterprise is email and the usual calendar stuff. I'm only a really junior network admin so my...
Quote:Originally Posted by GeorgeiP5 Something tell me that their top manufacturer samsung had something to do with it. It's weird how the iPhone 5s works so well but when the amazing 64bit A7 iPhone with ID sensor came the screens...
Originally Posted by d4NjvRzf
Businesses tend to be cautious with Windows-OS upgrades. Win 7 is not the newest kid on the block, but it's a proven system. And it will be supported all the way to 2020.
Originally Posted by MsftMacMan
Yes, Microsoft like pretty much any company has made plenty of mistakes and certainly does not dominate the 'personal computer' (device) market as once it did - but then...
Originally Posted by StruckPaper
Numbers is not there yet.
Some simple sorts are missing or do not work simply.
Charts do not come close to Excel.
Apple just gutted AppleScript without saying anything?...
Originally Posted by RichL
Microsoft's profits are up 17% so they're obviously doing something right. The company has a lot of problems but it's easy to overlook the fact that they're still a highly profitable...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
Enterprise demand for PCs running Windows 7, Microsoft's previous-generation operating system, is currently boosting the overall PC market
Meaning an outdated operating system is...
.Quote:Originally Posted by Dick Applebaum
The entire video is a great watch, but at 13:42, Michael talks about the future of FCPX (I'd love to get his take on the Mac Pro).
FWIW, I am going to buy a...