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Quote: Originally Posted by tjw Yes, they have that choice. But they can't buy the product which is arguably the next best after the iPad 2. Actually, in Australia the Galaxy Tab is a piece of rubbish. There are other Android tablets that are…
Quote: Originally Posted by AppleLover2 There's something I don't understand. Apple has way more than 8% of the computer market, and WAY more than 8% of the tablet and smartphone market. So does this mean that lots of Apple users don't use Sa…
Quote: Originally Posted by d-range Putting it like that may be taking things a little too far. Microsoft did most certainly not abandon Silverlight, it's still the primary environment for writing WP7 applications, and I think they will continue …
Well, I've been using Google for search since the late 90's. I'm stunned by their actions (based on what's in this article and assuming its correct). So, bye bye Google. I'll use Yahoo from now on.
Quote: Originally Posted by z3r0 Not without proper server hardware to run it on! http://www.savethexserve.com/ You're absolutely right. The server software of Lion is looking better and better. Not much good though when Apple have discontin…
Quote: Originally Posted by boeyc15 oh brother.... I don't claim to understand or know the US tax system. But, wow. In Australia, company tax is 32%. This is a flat rate and everyone business pays it. I can't believe Apple or any company c…
Quote: Originally Posted by Firefly7475 How do you go about deploying iPads into the school system across thousands (or even millions) of students? How do you handle new app installations, app updates, security patches, iOS updates etc? Ho…
I agree. I've always loved Daniel's articles, but this is his worst piece ever. What the hell was he thinking?
Everyone is assuming there will be an iPhone5 in June. I personally doubt that it will be released until later in the year (at the earliest). iPhone4 was released in June last year and the company still can't make enough of them to meet customer n…
Daniel, I thoroughly enjoy reading your articles, but your description of the flash delivery is tainted by opinion instead of fact. Delivering content as a single binary does NOT complicate delivery. It actually simplifies the process and reduce…