[NTLK] iOS Einstein submitted to the Apple App Store
Bryan N Iotti
ironsides.medvet at gmx.com
Mon Feb 7 18:22:33 EST 2011
For now it's a great device. . . Ok, I've only had it 24hrs, but it works ok. Battery life is pretty good, I'd like the built in pdf reader to have annotation support and it would be nice if, for some reason, it hadn't decided today that it wouldn't save to SD until rebooted. . . I guess it's early adopter glitches, so it should be fine with 2.3. Didn't know about the high return rate. It's also true that here in Italy returns are pretty much unheard of, particularly for mobiles (a minute counter over 15 and it's non-returnable. Period).
Now, I'm not a programmer. I have to learn java for my University thesis. If someone has a alpha/beta stage build of einstein for andriod that needs a test machine, send it over and I'll do my best. I own a 2100, so ROMs shouldn't be an issue.
Open Slate Project <osp at aloha.com> wrote:
>Maybe this is relayed? More opinion than fact.
>Gary Dunn, Honolulu
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>Forrest <newtonphoenix at mindspring.com> wrote:
>Any idea why a reported 16% of Galaxy Tabs have been returned ? http://digitaldaily.allthingsd.com/20110201/16-percent-of-galaxy-tabs-are-returned/# Thanks, --Forrest Sent from my AT&T iPhone 4 On Feb 7, 2011, at 12:41 PM, Bryan N Iotti <ironsides.medvet at gmx.com> wrote: > Interesting point about Ballmer, considering that the guy has been photographed more than once giving keynotes using a MacBook Pro... but I'm sure he uses Boot Camp to run only Win... > > Honestly, I just bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab and I like it a lot. It's very different from the Newton of course, whole other paradigm, but still a good platform that should grow well in the future. > > Bryan > On Feb 7, 2011, at 20:33 , Gleb Dolgich wrote: > >> >> On 5 Feb 2011, at 03:26, Larry Yaeger wrote: >> >>> (Sorry. I had a Windows Mobile phone and had to carry around a paperclip so I could do frequent forced reboots in order to make and receive phone calls. Never liked Windows as an OS for personal computers, and this put
>me off Windows as a phone OS forever!) >> >> To be fair to Microsoft, Windows Phone 7 is _nothing_ like Windows Mobile, and is actually a pretty decent OS. Certainly looks and feels more polished than Android. Rumour has it, despite the fact that WP7 OS is completely different and has nothing to do with Windows, they had to name it _Windows_ Phone because that was the only way to get Ballmer's approval (he's got this delusion of Windows being everywhere.) >> >> -- >> Gleb Dolgich >> PixelEspresso >> http://www.pixelespressoapps.com >> >> >>_____________________________________________
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