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Windows Server 2008 R2 is amazingly robust and a very solid performer.
wow! that's almost 560 square meters! i'm sure that place will fill up quite easily on most days.i still have a soft spot for the flagship Apple Store in the Ginza district of Tokyo, Japan; good memories
yes. physical media will be around for quite some time. inexpensive and reliable high speed connectivity to the Internet is not as ubiquitous as some people like to believe.one of the most connected countries in the world, South Korea, won't have 100Mbps as a standard until 2013. Seoul will be the exception where its current 100Mbps services will be upgraded to 1Gbps by 2013. aside from Hong Kong, Singapore, the Netherlands and Finland, everyone else is likely far...
i'm surprised the iPhone 4 isn't as durable as the 3GS; it's really unfortunate.
absolutely; the original thread title was pure bait.any reasonable person will assess the success / failure of WP7 devices only after a few quarters. some people made the mistake of disregarding Apple several years ago with the iPod and iPhone. best we take the high road, folks, and enjoy Apple products at the same time.
i suspect these new tones are just for testing purposes because they all sound horrible! i much prefer Tri-tone for SMS
the RC of Chrome OS appears to be near and a release in November 2010 a possibility http://techcrunch.com/2010/10/11/chrome-os-release/
given that Rogers (the main carrier here in Canada) has just recently started non-lab tests of a 4G network in Ottawa this does not surprise me. i do hope, however, the 4G rollout to other parts of Canada will occur throughout 2011.
i disagree. the format has been on the consumer market, worldwide, since June 2006 and its adoption continues forward. Blu-ray is a viable alternative to digital downloads. it'll be interesting see how both forms of media distribution will fare in 2015 and beyond.
i recommend purchasing a notebook whenever you have the sufficient funds as well as the need. given the speed at which technology improves there will always be something faster or better (subjectively) within the next 8 - 18 months. if you wait for the most ideal time to purchase a notebook you'll never purchase a notebook
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