My SonyEricsson m600c did this back in 2006. Is this what passes for "innovation" at Google these days?
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I know a company that recently completed a three-year project replacing about 20,000 Dells with Macs at about two dozen locations nationwide. And not just for visual things. For accounting, management, general office, etc... EVERYBODY is on a Mac now. And for the very few hyper-specific applications that don't have a Mac equivalent (things like transmitter monitoring, satellite aiming, etc...), they use Macs running BootCamp.
All you've done is show the world that you have very limited experience. You really shouldn't brag about it.
Seems like a solution in search of a problem.
Though it would be nice to see some of the WHOIS spam cleaned up.
Even some of Google's WHOIS information has been jihacked by pr0n advertisers.
I don't want to have a fucking Skype session while I watch football, I want to watch football when I want to watch football.
You sound old.
1) If you're pissing, moaning, and groaning about $28/mo such that it's REALLY that sort of a problem, you've got more problems than having SMS search will fix.
Damned straight. Poor people smell funny and shouldn't be allowed to use the internet. Single moms -- Screw 'em. Old folks on a fixed income -- Too damned bad, granny. War vets -- What did they ever do for us?
If you're more interested in putting $300 into healthcare or rent or food or your kids' education, then you don't deserve the internet. There's nothing on there for you anyway.
Back in the olden days when the internet was still fun, it would have been *@gmail.oz.
The internet is run by bureaucrats now.
Lots of folks with Macbook Airs and other lightweight medium-performance laptops report the same problem,
Ummm... no. I know you're a loyal Microsoft apologist and all, but there's no need to make stuff up.
I've been sitting on my couch for two hours with an Air on my lap running Photoshop in the foreground, while batch-resizing photos, running iTunes, and Coda in the background. No fans. No heat. No problem. I even ripped a DVD about an hour ago and while I heard the fans kick in, I didn't notice any heat.
How about this metric: If it has fans, it's not a tablet. Or more accurately: If your tablet has fans, you're doing it wrong.
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She's more than a researcher at Microsoft -- she's what you might call a pundit for the intertubes (aka a public intellectual). She wields a lot of influence with a lot of organizations.. So in terms of picking a fight with someone online, I'd say she's just probably somewhere near PJ at Groklaw in terms of Bad Idea (tm).
Never heard of her. Or PJ. You must be using a very narrow definition of influential.
Hey, whatever happened to their
It became audio ID apps like Shazam.
Not surprising. The Applicati and their drivers have been running the world for close to a century. Who do you think rigged the Grammys?
I know this wasn't your intent, but your story illustrates perfectly why Firewire is so superior to USB. Copying files should never tax the processor.
i would like to see same kind of thing happen in america. or, any other country for that matter.
It happens in America all the time. The fact that you don't know this indicates you spend too much time reading Slashdot, and not enough time reading the New York Times.
How's that "new media" working out for ya?