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Re: Apple's Panther OS Makes Upgrading Worthwhile
11/04/03 11:44 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 74 Words

... Cisco teacher is waiting for Apple to port Mac OS X to the Intel world. If Microsoft refuses to enter the BSD/Linux world it would serve Redmond right if Mac did it for them. Maybe then we'd get more apps ported to...

Apple has never really been that secure anyway...
12/28/10 5:38 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 679 Words

... Apple worshipers will be drowning in their own, smug, stupidity. And at the same time, Apple took advantage of these people by feeding them lies about how apple software was just better, and it "just works" and won't get viruses etc etc.

Re: Apple Doesn't Need No Stinking Streaming Media Stick!
12/07/14 8:40 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 449 Words

... is typical Apple fanboy stuff whenever Apple loses market share, and it hits all the usual talking points, including attacks on the Amazon and Google business model, the old "sales don't mean usage/revenue" canard and "Apple provides a better user experience" (entirely...

Re: Apple's Intel Sticker Mystery, SCO's Impact, Product of the Week
08/22/07 7:06 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 736 Words

... many who aren't Apple people don't realize is that many Mac users base their opinions with regard to what Apple brings out on what Steve Jobs says.
In other words, if the CEO of Apple says it's great and promotes it, it must...

Re: Apple Replays Old Mistakes
08/13/04 3:14 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 342 Words

... article compares Apple's iPod to Microsoft's business strategy for Windows. The two concepts are not interchangeable. Did you ever think Apple controlling the whole show is the reason for its success? As it is, Apple can respond quickly to problems, and...

Re: Apple's Cook Blasts 'Mind Killing' Fake News
03/01/17 2:55 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 1129 Words

So why does Tim Cook suddenly want to be the internet's censor? Well, Tim has been freaking out ever since Wikileaks exposed how Apple's board of directors OFFERED* to spy on their customers for Hillary Clinton during her campaign for president, while...

Re: Apple TV Reviews: Kinda Buggy, Kinda Great
11/03/15 8:22 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 225 Words

... have used many Apple products for several years. Have owned a few Mac's a Airport Extreme, a iPad, and several iPods. I even tried to like Apple TV but never did. For one I can buy cheaper content elsewhere because I am...

Re: Apple TV: From High Hopes to Has-Been
02/01/14 1:38 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 316 Words

... can clarify a bit: Apple has a $160 billion in cash, give or take a few dollars. Apple has global reach, and an insane ability to create and build awesome products. It has the talent, money, and reach. The Apple TV, as...

Apologies. Does Apple have an App for that?
04/28/09 4:04 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 330 Words

... and their fanboys are in complete denial and unwilling to admit their own recklessness as is evidenced by both Apple's lack of action in the wake of this horrifying application and the response of "jonro" and many others on various blogs...

Intel Steers Aggressive Course While Apple Appears Rudderless
08/25/08 10:33 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 776 Words

I thought to myself, I bet that's another moronic article by that idiot Rob Enderle who's never right about anything when it comes to Apple.
Sure enough, when I clicked on the link, all suspicions were confirmed.

As for...

Re: What if Microsoft Bought Apple?
04/04/06 10:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 513 Words

1)To suggest that Apple hasn’t learned the importance of owning its own standards is to be blind to the importance of the open source movement and Apple’s, as well as Linux, commitment to that movement which allows for an environment of greater interoperability...

Re: Linux vs. Apple: An Uncomfortable Battle
06/07/04 11:33 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 384 Words

That's how predictable Rob is - it's always the same story - Apple is in trouble, Linux has problems, Sun is not viable, MS is underappreciated/overvilified.
Anyways, from Rob today we have the claim that increased Apple server hardware sales (xServe?) won't help apple...

Re: Baby Apples: How the Apple Legacy Shapes New Products
11/01/04 6:52 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 312 Words

You think about Apple as a non-moving company.
You just don't get Apple.
I saw Gateway photo-Jukebox... plain words it is
cool gadget with great features.. but !!! it is not as beautiful as Apple iPod, period. I read lots of complains about iPod music format!!...

Re: The Rebirth of Apple as a Multimedia Company
05/03/04 1:52 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 265 Words

The premise is this: since Apple is having so much success with the iPod, it must want to de-emphasize itself as a maker of computers. Ridiculous. The whole reason the iPod exists is as a direct consequence of Apple's "digital hub" strategy. In...

Re: The Rebirth of Apple as a Multimedia Company
05/03/04 8:06 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 589 Words

... Apple is getting into making toasters, then why do they have Final Cut Pro (Final Cut Express), DVD Studio Pro, Shake, Logic Audio and JUST released a competitor to Adobe After Effects, called "Motion"?
I think that the iPod's success and Jobs' success...

Google is changing the world, Apple not so much...
05/04/09 11:45 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 374 Words

... back in 1984, over two decades ago, Apple tried and failed to make a difference. The market went on to become dominated by Microsoft making Bill Gates the richest man in the world and the leading philanthropist. Even the concept of all-in-one...

osx junkie
Re: Rob says, "Go x86, Apple!'
05/06/04 12:29 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 317 Words

Currently, if Apple sold a version of OSX for a white box PC very little of Apple's hardware sales would be affected. Look at what Apple sells today. People who buy a laptop are not affected. Apple would not need to support PC...

Re: Linux, China, HP, Apple and Other 'Outside the Box' Stories
12/09/03 7:34 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 244 Words

... Apple has not been thinking outside the box? Just read that to yourself a few times.
Operating system upgrades. Windows users need to do that too. Also note there are no annoying registration codes that lock you out of your computer when you...

Re: Apple Hopes iPhone 7 Extras Will Make Up for Missing Headphone Jack
09/08/16 9:37 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 328 Words

... Apple does takes courage. Dropping the 3.5mm jack was a very calculated move. It was implemented as most Apple changes to move product. The question always becomes like when the new Macbook came out with just a USB C port. Is how...

Re: Apple's Story: Passion, Patience and Pressure
04/25/14 10:14 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 240 Words

... many articles lamenting the loss of Steve Jobs and it's (supposed) affect on Apple.

The reality is that Apple has been doing well both financially and in producing innovative products (a few examples: new Mac Pro, CarPlay, the 64-bit...

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