May 14th 2010 11:39AM Hi! I am Apple, Inc. One of the most notoriously secretive and controlling companies in the world. I am going to integrate a 3rd party's site, of which I have absolutely no control over, into my OS because it will make things neat.
May 12th 2010 7:54AM In America, you leave the comments.
In Soviet Russia, the comments leave you.
May 7th 2010 5:02PM And these people in the trenches eventually become the people that make the decisions and decide new technology is an annoyance... blah, blah, blah.... And the cycle repeats.
Apr 27th 2010 10:57AM I'm sorry, but the interface looks cumbersome and inefficient. Additionally, it looks like the developer neglected to take advantage of the ipad screen real estate at all with the tiny little hyperlink buttons. If a waiter/ress has to drill down through 10 sub menus to click on an item, how is that better than just writing down the order????
Apr 4th 2010 7:17AM Carbon fiber
Jan 31st 2010 11:00AM If you are an apple technician, then yes, this plus a USB drive would probably be all you need. If you are a consultant in the sense that you are consulting people on what Apple solutions would be good for them, then the iPad will be fairly useless in my opinion. It does not afford you the ability to give clients a look at the services you are trying to sell them. For instance, a server. If you can not show them what it looks like using SA and WGM an the least, then how do you sell that server? In short, the iPad will be good for field techs, but not consulting.
Dec 7th 2009 10:33AM Yes-
He did not say verbatim that the web app development path was "good enough". But the gist of what he said was that it was. Which is what the article implies. Stop being silly for the sake of being silly.
Nov 20th 2009 2:28PM Come to the future. It's here, now.
Nov 5th 2009 10:35AM HD radio is standard.