Originally Posted by sabuga
You beat me to it! How is it that an article like this is published, when a simple check on the Apple Store tells you its a feature! I'm going to buy one, and add a 3rd party SSD, still cant decide if...
Originally Posted by Patranus
~13 weeks per quarter.
1,564,615 iPhones per week.
Throw on another...
at 711,538 per week.
That is more than 2 million iOS devices getting...
Originally Posted by Prof. Peabody
It doesn't even require DRM per se.
They just need to check the AppleID as it logs into Game Centre and see if the game was purchased by that account. If it wasn't then don't allow them to...
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
A Game Center account is tied to the same Apple ID used to purchase content from the App Store.
This is not true. Apple allows people to put purchased apps on up to 10 devices. For example, I...
Originally Posted by hittrj01
I think you hit the nail on the head. The consumer market is such a small piece of the pie, but it's where all the profit is. Businesses, corporation, governments... they don't care about anything...
Originally Posted by wizard69
For one I think it is over priced and that traditional PE ratios do not apply in this economy. Second most institutional investing is not about speculation and further you don't want speculative...
Originally Posted by Quadra 610
I wonder what Gates thinks of all this, while we're witnessing Ballmer drive the company into the ground.
I'll tell you what Gates thinks: "I got out at just the right time!" ...
Originally Posted by shadash
While maybe weaker, since Android users tend to purchase less than iOS users, "stickiness" on the part of Android users is presumably still there also. Perhaps Apple should have done more...