Member since: Sep 20th, 2008
Nov 18th 2010 7:52PM It would be nice if they would actually fix all the bugs in the games they currently have that suck rather than creating new games that have bugs and suck.
Nov 18th 2010 7:49PM It would be nice if they would actually fix all the bugs in the games they currently have that suck rather than creating new games that have bugs and suck.
Nov 17th 2010 8:57PM The last big release of Office Communications Server was in 200? That long ago? :PAll kidding aside, the last major release was in 2007. You might want to fix that.
Nov 16th 2010 8:25PM The only real addition I see to this is "Incognito Mode". IE Mobile on WP7 does tabbed browsing, but in a method similar to that in Safari Mobile (press the button and choose a screen).
Nov 16th 2010 1:57PM Microsoft have already said they are working on adding it. They just aren't telling us when it will be added.
Nov 16th 2010 1:53PM I switched to Foxit Reader a long time ago, but they just wouldn't fix their damn Firefox plugin. I had to switch back to Adobe just to be able to read PDFs in-browser. *sobs in corner* Damn you, Foxit!
Nov 12th 2010 5:10PM UPDATE : Another iOS 4.2 Gold Master has been released to developers that allegedly addresses WiFi issues.
Nov 12th 2010 4:51PM From what I've seen so far, AMD's Fusion platforms seem to perform better than Intel's current Core i7 desktop offerings. Obviously, pitting newer, unreleased technology isn't really fair, but the performance I've seen from the "Llano" APU (one of the Fusion laptop platforms) bests the Core i7 with a lot less power draw. I'm extremely excited to see the "Bulldozer" cores in action!
Nov 10th 2010 2:35AM They are still rolling it out to all users. If you are getting any errors, try it again in a couple days. They should complete the rollout in a couple weeks.
Nov 10th 2010 1:07AM Why should users have to wait for a security update roll-up to patch a critical vulnerability? Why can't it just be released immediately? I'd much rather have security patches rolled out to me immediately instead of waiting until the end of the month or quarter. Is it just a smokescreen to say "Ha! We're more secure than Windows! We don't push out nearly as many security patches as Microsoft does."? No, that's just one giant mega-patch for a hundred different vulnerabilities. I always preferred "patch Tuesdays" to this. Besides, wasn't iOS 4.0.2 released back in August? They've had since at least the beginning of September to work on a patch for this vulnerability.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble