I really want to see Packaged Apps take off across all browsers, mobile and desktop. I'm willing to take a little performance hit to have apps available across all platforms.
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Like Java -- "Write once; debug everywhere."
Sigh. Slashdot used to be a FOSS / open standards blog. Moving away from an MS protocol to an open one would have been cheered. I wonder what happened to
There is no rational definition under which Apple is losing anything right now.
Umm, they lost $35B in market cap just a couple of days ago. That's something. Their stock is down about 23% from a couple of moths ago. They're losing something.
Well, I'm going to guess that about 40% of the patents filed in the last 30 years have already expired ("been invalidated").
This is my first time posting to Slashdot in a while, I guess, and I just noticed my old sig from 2 1/2 years ago. I guess Google has done a bit of that identity integration with Chrome already. Yay! IT's tied to Google. Boo!
Steve Jobs merely tread upon a road well worn by those that came before, and he charged as much money as he could to those who weren't in the know.
Wow, that works both specifically and generally. I'm impressed with what you did there.
Follow up: Why don't you have a Nexus-style hardware program (promoted on the front page of Ubuntu.com) where hardware partners produce Ubuntu desktops / laptops that are certified to receive working updates for 3 years?
No, Chromebooks are Linux on the desktop. Android is Linux in your hand.
Best way to stay 3 versions behind on Skype? Run it on Linux!
Because he zoomed out.
Wow. You need to work on your reading comprehension.
50ml is actually a pretty common limit for unlicensed combustion-powered bikes. Electrics appear to be around 300-500W, but higher and lower limits exist.
Yes, I was thinking that he should host an eGroupware instance and use the sync options available there. Mail, calendar, contacts, docs storage: I think it has just about all of what he wanted.
Disclaimer: I haven't used eGroupware for about five years. It's still actively maintained, though.