Member since: Nov 15th, 2008
Jul 20th 2010 12:40AM No, you misunderstand. Who made Faviconized App Tabs standard on their browser first? Who did sandboxing first? I could go on but i think you get it.
Jul 15th 2010 2:30AM @(Unverified) actually the PSX came out in 2003 with the XMB... Windows XP Media Center Edition was released in 2004. So, it's still possible that Microsoft copied Sony's design.
Jun 5th 2010 12:21PM A website doesn't get money for displaying ads, they get money from people clicking on them. I don't click on web ads so, for me, there's no need to see them.
May 31st 2010 9:32PM Your running BSD... well there's your problem.Do you mean name wise, cause mathematically they're the same...
Jan 2nd 2010 8:44AM I don't know what took so long to make Maemo a phone OS anyway. I remember seing the n800 years ago and thinking, "I want THAT... but as a phone". I guess Nokia was busy with Symbian.
Jan 1st 2010 8:54AM Well the "Grammar Nazi" needs to kill himself because he forgot a whole word in his original post.
Dec 14th 2009 8:39AM uh-oh... now comes the inconsistencies that everyone loved to hate Apple's App Store for. Google, I thought you were better than that...
Dec 11th 2009 5:31PM lol, I know what game it is, I was saying you might see Modern Warfare 3 on a browser.
Dec 11th 2009 12:51PM Welcome to Web 4.0. Where nothing will run natively on you computer... not even games (MW 3 ?).
Dec 11th 2009 8:32AM after rereading yesterday's post, it's clear that whoever wrote it took what Schmidt said out of context. He didn't say, "only naughty people should be afraid of google". He said search engines retain info about you (including Bing), and are subject to the American Patriot Act.
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