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Jul 28th 2011 4:47PM That's interesting because, wait, Apple's App Store has those very same restrictions. All in-app purchases must be made through Apple and not through the program. EA has made no public complaints about Apple? What's the deal?
Mar 9th 2011 1:47PM Grr, why is lock switch iPad only?! Locking/unlocking the orientation on my iPhone is THE most frequent inefficiency I have to deal with on my phone. My phone is on silent 90% of the time.**SIGH**
Dec 21st 2010 2:27PM "Where are you Christmas?"
Nov 3rd 2010 1:26PM I like having the uniform style of the icons, just change the colors!
Oct 25th 2010 12:59PM If you actually finish the game, there is ice cream...
Oct 13th 2010 6:19PM Fast Car
Aug 2nd 2010 1:47PM I think XP is going to be the next big corporate legacy issue. Lots of BIG companies still use AS400 for JD Edwards or custom data systems. Fortunately, virtualization will make this easier to deal with going forward than continuing to support older systems (like AS400) has been. I just don't understand why more companies don't make long term (7yr+) technology plans with these sort of contingencies in mind.
Jul 2nd 2010 3:42PM Yes, the camera white balance needs some tweaking under certain lighting (I've gotten great photos outside during the day but some yellow ones at night). Get Picasa/iPhoto and edit your photo's until they adjust it. New camera sensor remember people? Nothing's perfect first time out, hence multitasking FINALLY making it's way out.
Jun 29th 2010 1:56PM I have a friend who works in an Apple store and they do indeed have Edge femtocells in every store.
Jun 28th 2010 2:44PM He said it was "Something they needed to work on," in regards to wireless syncing and SHARING. Both will be coming.If you noticed, he also mentioned editing movies and audio on iDevices and a couple weeks later iMovie for iOS was announced. Not that wireless syncing is just around the corner, but it is coming.
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