Jim Dalrymple examines the shit-cliff1 The Verge appears to have driven off in the quest for page traffic: Remember when The Verge reviewed the iPhone 4S in October 2011 and listed its lack of LTE support in the “Bad Stuff” column? Fast forward 12 months to today and Google announces the Nexus 4 with no … Continue reading Hypocrisy strikes again
Jim Dalrymple links to a YouTube clip of a Surface user trying to save a Word document.The video is by a guy called Brent Ozar who wrote a piece yesterday about why he’s returning his Surface. Some commenters have said that his Surface was running Office Preview, of which there was an update released to … Continue reading Saving a Word document on the Surface
It’s amazing how skewed a product’s perception can be when you only focus on the negatives of your competitor but don’t address your own.
Kotaku: Game Center is really acting up today. iOS players have been taking to Twitter to voice concerns about Game Center breaking when attempting to play games, specifically Letterpress.Today? Game Center hasn’t worked properly for me since Letterpress was released last week.Letterpress is a great game let down by Apple - there’s no other way … Continue reading Game Center fail
The statement fulfils the court’s request but it even goes further, including this quote from the judge: ”The informed user's overall impression of each of the Samsung Galaxy Tablets is the following. From the front they belong to the family which includes the Apple design; but the Samsung products are very thin, almost insubstantial members … Continue reading Samsung/Apple UK judgment
There's plenty of reviews and summaries of yesterday's Apple event. Instead of a wall of text, here's some Haiku.13" MacBook Pro with Retina DisplayA gorgeous displayMacBook Pro perfectionJust don't tell iFixit.Mac miniAbout damn timeThough a modest upgradeNo redesign required.iMacIs your desktop too fat?Behold! The new iMacFriction-stir welding?iPad 4th GenerationThe new, new iPad?Still, faster!It can be … Continue reading Yesterday’s Apple Event Summary… In Haiku