Member since: Oct 22nd, 2007
Jun 18th 2011 10:07PM @peter pham Yes. Ties with FF7 in my book.Now OOT has been remade, all we need is for Sony (who own the publishing rights to FF7) to let Square do the same for that title, and you know, I think that's going to be just enough for humanity to pull through.Buying this game and a 3DS tomorrow. Knew I couldn't resist it long.
May 26th 2011 11:15AM sad to see FrontRow go. It was pretty useful before Apple abandoned it.They better not touch Grapher though (other than to make it better, of course). Probably my favourite part of OSX. I wouldn't upgrade if they did that.
May 25th 2011 2:39AM You could pretty easily do this yourself by setting up a proxy server and giving it a free DNS name.Then run a script on the proxy server, similar to this: http://www.ex-parrot.com/pete/upside-down-ternet.html
Apr 21st 2011 7:49AM I'll go if there's free booze; otherwise I don't really care.
Apr 4th 2011 9:33AM Kids love iOS devices. They're very intuitive, with full-screen apps and great games. They make computers and the internet far more accessible to all ages.A guest mode would be a great addition.
Apr 3rd 2011 1:28PM Got mine the day before release, and it's been worth every second!
Mar 25th 2011 12:35PM = reason I can't watch this video (thank you, Sony Music Entertainment. It is not safe to write the things I want to do to you and your legal department)
Feb 28th 2011 2:03PM @Satish Mummadi Brightness -> 0. Turns the backlight off. I assume you're doing it to extend the lifetime of your display, so it's the backlight you're going to be thinking of.Then again, even CCFL backlights can last for years on 24/7 usage. All new Macs/iOS devices have LED backlights, which last even longer (and are brighter, and warm up immediately)
Feb 27th 2011 11:08AM The greatest minds in the industry do not all live in Cupertino. As this article shows (if true), some brilliant people want to live elsewhere for a variety of considerations. If Apple is inflexible, they could lose out.TBH, it's pretty arrogant of Apple (again, if true) to expect him to stay there even if it's not best for his family. Whatever happened to putting people first?
Feb 27th 2011 10:59AM Ive seems like a nice guy. Very down-to-earth considering how important he's been to making Apple the most valuable tech company in the world.It would be a real shame if Apple lost him, although I can totally understand wanting to go back to the UK. One of the problems with Apple is that they don't take enough advantage of foreign talent. They should expand their locations a bit.I know Microsoft is not a company to look aspiringly to, but Microsoft Research is top-drawer. MSR has locations all over the globe, and they do some real breakthrough stuff (unfortunately too little of the good stuff matures in to products, and is done with little co-ordination when it is).
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