Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 9th Jan 2007 19:04 UTC
Apple At the MacWorld conference in San Francisco, After the usual words of praise about the iPod+iTunes and the smoothness of the transition to Intel, Apple announced several new products. Surprisingly, nothing was said about new Macs or Leopard. The keynote speech started at 17:00 GMT. Read on for the details.
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RE: Revolutionary?
by Alleister on Wed 10th Jan 2007 00:22 UTC in reply to "Revolutionary?"
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While i find this not the least bit of a revolution and the multi-touch controls have been seen before in research projects (not that this will keep apple-trolls from pretending apple had invented it) and while i'm very dissapointed that there was nothing new from OS X 10.5, i have to say that this phone looks increadibly tempting.

I'm just fed up with the barely working sony crap and crashing windows mobile phones and *arse slow* and crashing symbian smartphones.

Also this looks very interesting from an developers point of view.

I'm just a little concerned that german telcos will screw it up for germany. German telcos are ninja-übermasters at the high kung foo of screwing up.

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RE[2]: Revolutionary?
by Gryzor on Wed 10th Jan 2007 09:39 in reply to "RE: Revolutionary?"
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German telcos are ninja-übermasters at the high kung foo of screwing up.
Whereas Spanish telcos are the Samurais...

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