“What do we want people to feel?”
“What do we want people to feel?”
Only just seen these. The iPhone now warns you when you go over a certain volume while using headphone.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately on how people always used to call for a sub £500 Apple laptop. Well Apple basically answered this with the iPad.
Then people called for an Apple device for reading on & guess what Apple has answered this with the iPad mini (it’s awesome by the way & worth a purchase depending on your current tech situation)
It’s funny how people always claim that Apple don’t listen to their customers.
Not a bad review. Bit bias as usual but I think the opinion that this is the best iPhone ever is pretty universal.
Now just to make the decision whether to upgrade my 4s to this……
Love this app
Such an awesome little app & the update has just made it better
Refinement is the aim of the game.
It’s now a matter of evolution not revolution.
Teksler noted that Apple and Microsoft have a cross-license agreement that does cover the design patents at issue in this case, but said that there are also special “anti-cloning” provisions in the agreement between those two companies. “We couldn’t copy each other’s products,” Teksler said.
May have to look in to selling my 4s next month instead
exciting & iMore are normally on the money with these types of things
Google have halted sales of the 16GB Nexus 7 due to supply issues.
The Guardian understands that Google’s planners had thought that buyers on the Google Play store, more than from physical or online retailers, would be more committed to the company’s “cloud” concept, and so would have more of their content stored online, rather than wanting to keep it on the device.
So normal people aren’t yet buying in to the whole cloud idea surprise surprise. This is surely understandable considering the Nexus 7 is wifi only & can’t access the internet any other way.
On another note this has to be a massive positive for Google as they make more money from the 16GB versions & people are now actually buying an Android tablet.
Plus this will surely help to give a massive boast to the Android ecosystem which will surely lead to more tablet specific apps being developed. All of which can only help Google & other OEM’s try to catch Apple in a tablet market that the iPad pretty much controls.
I find this so funny
So this has made the relationship between Apple & EPEAT stronger. Really.
Apple basically realised they were likely to lose some big government contracts & therefore lose large sums of money so changed their mind & because of Apple’s size EPEAT accepted them back with open arms.
Deron Williams signing a $98 Million contract on his iPad
A future where you get, read & sign a contract via an iPad.
That’s a future I like the idea of.
In another of what Google calls their “spring cleaning” announcements, the web/mobile/media/social/search giant revealed more services are getting the axe, including their personalized homepage, iGoogle.
At one point it would have just said the ‘search giant’ but now Google has it’s finger in so many pies journalists don’t what to describe them as.
Think about the other big tech companies, Apple, Facebook, Amazon.
How would each of those be described?
Hedging your bets is becoming the norm.
All I have to say is about good dam time
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“That containment wasn’t something average consumers widely understood, I’d say. To them, Siri was just some cool new tool that let you ask your iPhone for stuff. It was a subtle way to dump Google without consumers ever realizing that Apple dumped Google…. That’s how you fight Google, if you’re Apple. No bombs get dropped; no consumer is even aware that you were fighting a war.”
Would have to agree here. Also this quote is pretty badass, straight to the point.