Simple solution: buy a device that doesn't have a baseband / access to the cellular network. There's the iPod touch, and $130 cheaper iPads. There are also a myriad of android devices from china that you probably shouldn't trust anyway.
If we're just talking about 1 button Apple mice, I think the Pro mouse is better than ADB II. Also, it's not hard to get used to the hockey-puck, even if you have enormous hands like mine.
fuck the magic mouse. it's all about the magic trackpad + better touch tool
Also, the app needs to set a flag that opts into AppNap, otherwise it'll continue to have the same CPU and IO priority as before.
See Gate Keeper on OS X.
Allow applications downloaded from:
 App Store
[x] App Store and identified developers
That and things like OpenGL drivers make a difference in performance.
Did you know that you can run steam and source engine games on ubuntu now?
It felt like a long series of tutorials and the entertaining end sequences were just the start of the actual game. and then it ended. I like the direction that portal 2 took the story though.
I never said it was OK for either company. stop putting words in my mouth.
And than apple waltzed in with the same "there is no option 1, trust us" model with iOS, and while it hasn't been perfect*, it is certainly a million times more secure out of the box than anything Microsoft has accomplished.
*apple is a bit too draconian in what they do and do not allow in the app store (porn and bitcoin right off the top of my head) and there are still enough security holes that advanced users can still force option 1 by jailbreaking/rooting through exploits.
There were a versions of IE4 for Mac, Solaris and HP-UX.