Member since: May 23rd, 2010
Dec 10th 2010 12:08PM I'm betting they aren't including the "Game Center" because Steam is now on Mac. Frankly games have never been Macs strong suit and they probably recognise that having Steam (the ultimate social/retail digital platform for gaming) gives them everything they could do themselves and more (playing with gamers on Window and Linux under emulation).
Jul 23rd 2010 2:51AM IT'S OVER NINE THOUSAAAAAAND!Also: I see what you did thar.-Iscin
Jun 29th 2010 9:14PM http://chromeos.hexxeh.net/
Jun 29th 2010 7:29AM Most apps require an internet connection, not always because they use it but because if they are free apps they use advertisements.
Jun 9th 2010 2:55PM I would really like something of this nature but for Mac OS. I am still waiting on Blender's 2.5 release for now :c
May 31st 2010 8:52PM "For Unix users, this obviously means that there will be no 10.5x version. However, we are aiming for synchronizing the 10.60 release across all platforms, and Unix will benefit from all the improvements since 10.5x."Quoted from the blogpost here: http://my.opera.com/desktopteam/blog/2010/05/31/opera-10-60-alpha-1
May 23rd 2010 7:14PM I used a pre-rooted version of the stock ROM a developer on XDA cooked up. It runs extremely well, bug-free so far with all the vast speed improvements, full flash and more all inclusive.Only thing left now is to wait for Cyanogenmod's release and then onwards to Gingerbread :)-Iscin
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