Yes! Google has done more to confuse the beta tag than pretty much any other company.
Hey ctopher, since I did my map screenshot on my Mac I couldn't use Apple's Maps. Since OS X Mavericks will be out this fall I'll be able to switch from Google Maps soon.
Until Google or Waze confirms the negotiations the DOJ can't officially look into Google's actions. Once the DOJ has something solid to go on, it can consider whether or not Google's actions are violating any laws.
That's true, but lots of people rely on cable for better reception. Giving them the channel through Apple TV is just another opportunity for people that have cable because they feel they need it, instead of want it, to consider going cable-free.
Hey Bp, I think part of the problem is that Adobe is drawing a line in the sand and alienating at least part of what they consider to be their long time casual user base in hopes of building a new and different customer group that's willing -- or required -- to pay ongoing monthly licensing. They could've eased us into this with a gentler touch, but it's pretty clear that isn't happening. I see plenty of opportunity for other companies to step up and offer alternative app solutions, but I'm betting in the end Adobe will still have the…
Not better, just different. The crew at The Loop is great, and we're hoping their Newsstand magazine is a big success.
That, and analysts expect next year's WWDC to include a bigger screen, higher resolution camera, and NFC.
Hopefully Apple doesn't go too flat with its new interface design elements. I hadn't even considered what would happen if Apple looked to Microsoft for design inspiration. That's going to keep me up at night.
Yeah... maybe use this scale in your bedroom instead.
Some menu bar items don't properly follow the rules and can't be reordered, which is pretty annoying.