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Quote: Originally Posted by solipsism I didn't think this would have been a story or I would have submitted it a couple days ago. Anyway, I think Canvas as a real threat is a ways off. There would need to be a proper development tool that is as e…
Quote: Originally Posted by iGenius What I am saying is that resistive touchscreens allow textbook annotation and fine drawing. Do you think the problem of the capacitive screens could be because of a "deficient" targeting algorithm?
Quote: Originally Posted by tonton Actually I don't think it's because of the visibility of the filaments. I think it probably has to do with cross-interference if the filaments are placed too closely together. My guess is that this is partially …
Quote: Originally Posted by iGenius That has not been around since the 1990's. All I intended to respond to was: "One of my hopes for the Apple tablet was that they tackled that problem and would have a great option for textbook annotations a…
Quote: Originally Posted by DanielSW If you knew anything about Xcode or the MVC design pattern, you'd know that in most cases code written for one device can rather easily be modified for the other, unless there are intrinsic issues with screen …
First of all, these numbers are not about new developers but new applications. What is really interesting and what Flurry doesn't tell, is how many of these projects are existing iPhone developers rewriting their applications because they cannot s…