Maybe not the users, but ask the 'corporate' or the 'CIO' level see what they think of Android, iOS and Windows.
Right on the money. +++++
It's 45 years of age with teenage kids giving him trouble, bad spousal relationship, mid-life crisis...etc.
Well you should have published a paper about it
Plenty of non-Apple users still hold the believe that Apple's success (up to now) is because they spend on marketing.
Hmm... my take is, app doesn't progressively become worse but there are just more and more. Similar ideas are implemented over and over (instead of when iPad/iPhone was just out) - nothing is really "cool" any more because of that (more same old). I'd argue the "good" app are as useful as before (how can a pdf mobile reader be less useful today than before?) - but the novelty is no longer there not because of app, the novelty of the tablet+app uniqueness are well exploited (touch-base, mobile, internet connected, GPS..etc.). There won't be a whole lot of "cool app" until there are more novel hardware integrated into a tablet platform.
We have the original iPad @ home and it's still alright.
Watching consecutive episodes of somebody unconscious in a dark, tight place
FYI I also recall CRA claims other than those SIN, the system was not breached before.
I think the arrest is warranted. However, WTF is wrong with CRA people, seriously. Shut the damn thing down as soon as they find out it is vulnerable.
We had TV, PC, gaming console and now tablet.... what next?
I don't know but it's plausible. Randomly sending stuff seeing it misbehave is kind of ad-hoc, but one can possibly target the code change at each release then there's no need to read millions lines of code.
Come on... how much is a chip anyway, just a few grains of sand?
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Whoa... it is THAT Jenny McCarthy!? So basically, there are moms and dads in US that listen to a ex-porn star for parenting and medical advice?