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  • "Sleep of Death" bug hits buyers of Microsoft's pricey Surface Book

    Look, I read Apple Insider because I use Mac's (And Windows).

    Why the writers on the site seem to want to denigrate anything not Apple is ridiculous. Report on AAPL. If I want to read about MSFT, I'll go to Windows Central (Which, by the way,  never mentions either AAPL or GOOG in a derogatory manner.). Grow up!
    Did the article say something factually untrue about its subject? If so, what? And if not, then what is this "denigrate" you speak of?

    P.S. "Mac's"?
    calibaconstangradarthekatP-DogNCviclauyycchialatifbpcwingravration almagman1979
  • Channel checks, sales data on HomePod likely as wrong as it was about Apple Watch in 2015

    larrya said:
    ...The HomePod is fatally flawed...  It will improve over time... 
    I don't think you understand the meaning of "fatally". : )
    king editor the grateRayz2016equality72521watto_cobrajony0
  • Analysts change tune, now say $1,000 Huawei Mate 20 Androids are a bargain

    Wow this site is really obsessed over what the media says about Apple competitors. Why do you care?
    Wow this guy is really obsessed over what AppleInsider says about what the media says about Apple competitors. Why do you care?
    tmaynetmagekiltedgreenwatto_cobra
  • Comparing Apple's HomePod versus the Fluance Fi70 speaker

    AppleInsider: "This product sounds better than, is more capable than, and is a better choice than the Apple product."

    CobraGuy: "
    LEAVE IT TO AI TO BASH ANYTHING THAT DOES NOT HAVE THE APPLE LOGO"

    Uh... Everything okay over there?
    cornchipmuthuk_vanalingamCarnage
  • Comparing Apple's HomePod versus the Fluance Fi70 speaker

    Was referring to the comments, not the review of the product.
    Fair enough! Objection withdrawn.
    muthuk_vanalingamkingofsomewherehot
  • The rise of emoji is causing big problems inside the US judicial system

    Folio said:
    Credit of course Japan for emojis. Funny as they already had three writing systems: hiragana, katakana, and kanji.
    Re writing systems: No.
      
    Japanese has precisely ONE writing system (called "Japanese"). You're talking about character sets. Any typical language will have multiple character sets. Like English: two phonetic character sets (uppercase letters, lowercase letters), numerals, punctuation marks, other typographical symbols. Japanese is pretty much the same: two phonetic character sets (hiragana, katakana), numerals, punctuation marks, other typographical symbols. Plus one big addition: Chinese characters. All in ONE writing system.

    Re "credit Japan for emojis": Mmm, kinda sorta.

    Emoji were long predated by emoticons, of course. Somewhere along the line came graphical "smileys" mapped to emoticons – essentially emoji, if not by that name. But did those appear in software (especially messaging software like AIM, Yahoo Pager, etc.) before the first set of characters labeled "emoji" in DOCOMO i-mode phones in late 1999? I'm not sure; a bit of checking turns up conflicting info.

    But either way: emoticons, smilies, and emoji have been happily used and developed by people everywhere. I'm not giving any one political entity any credit.

    watto_cobra