that's not funny
When a Forbes column includes "...it is almost a certainty that" X, I think it is safe to assume that X is almost certain to not happen.
Tea just shot out of my nose, thanks!
consumer modifies electronics... they are consumer electronics... it isn't a *consumer* electronics show, it is a *consumer electronics* show
Why would it take a hearing?
Are you really going to be writing your thesis paper
I've seen people doing it
Also: Some people value freedom so much they give up all sorts of freedom to keep their options open.
I miss iTunes DJ, I guess I'll have to learn how to interact with Up Next instead.
With apple sometimes these transitions are easy and for the better (e.g. almost every radical change I remember in Safari), sometimes they are just annoying and remain so (e.g. removal of whatever the grid multi-desktop ui was called... screens or something)
only 3 uses of tantrum? I think you can do better "an anonymous reader"
he INVENTED lightning!
Rim used to make more money than god. It didn't take much to turn that around...
Looking at the past 10 years of net income quarterlies, I don't see a single quarter Apple should swap with RIM, though I didn't check them all.
Apple hasn't failed to make a billion dollars in a quarter since 2007. RIM hasn't made a billion dollars in a quarter (in the past 10 years).
(Although looking at their net income trend going backward I'm guessing *ever* since there wasn't a comparatively huge market for email phones longer than 10 years ago.)
this is a hoax
what is an example of a non-graphical user interface? A system where the feedback is not visual, but yet it is still human/system interaction.
iOS with VoiceOver turned on, used by a blind person