Member since: Apr 10th, 2006
Nov 2nd 2010 4:57AM @JordanNo they're not, they didn't consider Google because they MISSED the bidding deadline. Now they want the rules changed because they were too incompetent to get their products certified on time.
Oct 30th 2010 11:06PM One of the problems with Firefox, which this test doesn't really measure, is the performance degrades the longer the page has been running. So presumably, everytime you ran the benchmark it will get slower. Other browsers have this problem too but Firefox is particularly bad.
Oct 23rd 2010 1:12AM These are international companies that do engineering globally, they're not beholden to any one country besides maybe corporate. They run engineering and design on 24 hour days. When Asians are asleep, American engineers wake up and continue their shift, then Europe, and repeat.
Sep 16th 2010 6:52PM Wow they can implement a thin wrapper over OpenGL, how impressive.
Aug 9th 2010 4:32PM It's like this every year just no one pays attention normally.
Jul 11th 2010 7:22PM They're not sold out, it's just a glitch.
Jun 11th 2010 1:39PM The antenna still retracts on an 18 year old Camry? Wow that's a miracle, I thought they all broke after 1 month.
Jun 11th 2010 3:41AM Any word if you can plug in your own MIDI keyboard without buying theirs?
Jun 7th 2010 8:51PM Looks awesome!
Jun 7th 2010 2:10PM PS3 and 360 keep getting updated revisions that continually move tosmaller dies to reduce cost and produce new form factors (PS3 slim,etc). Moore's law isn't going to make them work in a handheld for along time though.The Wii is nearly handheld already, and only consumes 18 watts topsvs like 200 something watts for PS3/Xbox. So with the DVD driveremoved, a Wii-like handheld may be feasible.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble