I hear you. I have a similar situation with not being able to run Diablo 3 on my DX2.
So a new chip beats a 9 month old chip in more than a few tests? What a shocker.
Not sure if i am expecting a whoosh or not, but the group is called Yello.
Yeah it does, I've been using my iPhone as an alarm for a couple of years now. I have 1 alarm set for week days and 1 set for weekends. Thankfully have not been bitten by the DST bug that others have seen yet.
wait what?? did i sleep through that news story?
Try Canadian it Australian. I see them thrown around on here quite a lot.
It is only a small difference, especially if you are talking to it like it is your PA.
Its crap in your opinion of course. I have no problems with it.
(I do run it on a Mac though)
Yep. As a matter of fact you've been able to purchase music on the iPad since it was launched. iPod touch and iPhones have had the same capability for at least a couple of years now.
Windows loaded and Windows running as the primary OS are 2 things entirely. I (and many others i know) Run windows in Bootcamp for Games only.
So Apples "walled garden" approach seems to be a benefit to developers? I think i'll take the perceived limitation if it keeps new apps coming to the platform.
Broken down by manufacturer would have been better.
A study paid for by Apple that puts RIM in a much better light? that must be Apple innovating again.
The Logo is basically a mash up of the Apple logos for iSync and Airport. So I would question if the developer has ownership of that. The name, fair enough, But how many permutations of "wireless" and "synchronisation" can you come up with? A bit like "app store" really, but i think Apple are in the wrong on that one.
Except that he plays for Man United which is one of the most popular and well known teams in the world.