Yeah. This won’t stop anyone.
Apple’s on-demand switching SIM card has been defeated by AT&T – they decided to lock it to their network as soon the iPad is activated with it on their network.
The MMO market is a tough crowd.
Hailed as the greatest MMO ever, Windstar failed. I remember years ago when Tabula Rasa failed miserably.
Hang in there, ArenaNet. (Maybe it’s a good time to make some content!)
I guess those 35,000 units were accurate.
Better luck next time, Amazon.
As a platform, I love Twitter.
As a developer, I would be wary of it. Chris Lacy made TweetLanes but the capping of the tokens per client app convinced him that it was not worthy market to be in. Everyone made Twitter apps in the early days, but now, most mobile developers would work on something else instead rather than having the rug pulled out from under them again.
To truly convince developers that it is safe again be extreme relaxation of those caps and prolonged communication to the community about the future with changes to back it up.
Never going to happen.
No, not another network to listen to, just an app. This is a replacement to the stock Messenger app in Android. Look at that Material Design! It’s sort of odd though that it shifts from blue to orange between the neutral list screen and the specific thread views.
If you cannot swing a Nexus 6 (and really, who can?), then perhaps this OnePlus One is still good enough to be great for you. But hurry. It’s only on sale for an hour.
As for price, keep in mind that 10 years ago, the original 30-inch Cinema Display(resolution: 2560 × 1600 pixels) cost $3300. Just the display.
Between that then, and the performance, this is a pretty great machine.
I intend to develop more thoughts on the new phone, tablet and hockey puck. For now, enjoy this half hour special with Ian Buck and I talking about everything Nexus sweet.
The message is strange, but I appreciate where it’s coming from.
Marco decides that $200 is the maximum for cheap Bluetooth headphones.
I agree, they’re the future and they really are great to use when you are out of the house. My current pair was $20 from Menards and I am almost due for an upgrade.
I was too poor anyway.
No spoilers, but next week will be a pretty big week.
Apple is a big company making some of the world’s greatest products. Software is hard.
Michael Tsai compiled a list of grumbles.
If Apple is hosting an event, you should host an event prior to it, otherwise… did your event even happen?
This one is definitely for iPads, but what else? OSX 10.10 release, sure, but maybe a new Broadwell Retina MacBook Pro and maybe even a new MacBook Air.
We all hope though, that MagSafe 3 is not coming soon.
I am honestly surprised normal people care about updates and actually notice when they break their systems.
The success message iconimation is quite pretty.
Google Voice now has the three major US carriers and many smaller carriers supporting their MMS interoperability.
Except Verizon, the biggest
carrier barrier of them all.
If you wanted to try one out, you know where to go now.
If you’re looking for a cheap developer device, you can try the BoostMobile version of the 1st generation Moto G. Just $60.