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  • Jul 05, 2007
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  • iphone nano is coming check this new patent that Apple has filed today… shows a simplified input pad with numbers on it, and it could conceivably be a simple follow-on to the iPhone. The touchpad “displays graphical elements to indicate input areas of the touchpad,” and as you can see, it displays those symbols in a circular arrangement.... Here is the link : http://appft1.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PG01&p=1&u=/netahtml/PTO/srchnum.html&r=1&f=G&l=50&s1="20070152983".PGNR.&OS=DN/20070152983&RS=DN/20070152983
    hodari had this to say on Jul 05, 2007 Posts: 4
    Review Part 1 of 2: The iPhone
  • Hey vb_baysider - I am going to wait until 15th. I am using a powerbook G4 fully loaded. If they dont come out with a macbook pro that is 12/13 inch or improve the graphic specs on the Macbook, I am going to buy a Sony VAIO... I will deal with the MS$ Devil - 999VISTA
    hodari had this to say on May 10, 2007 Posts: 4
    AAM: When Should I Buy?
  • so how much would you pay for a product exactly like quicke for windows available for MAC?
    hodari had this to say on May 08, 2007 Posts: 4
    Mac Personal Finance Software = Disappointment
  • during the days of DOS and MAC it made a huge difference what was simple to learn. Not any more!. Put any one who never used a computer on a PC and teach him/her they will learn. Put the same people on a MAC they will learn. It does not make any difference. Yes support is critical. If I have to go hunting for a mac shop forget it. Take the case of all the G4 machines we have. You need a DVD drive it is night mare - compatibility. Take any PC 10 years old and you are bound to find any key parts readily available and I might add cheap as well. Recently I started using GOOGLE spreadsheet online. I think the line is blurring where the OS is no longer important. With a good browser I should be able to do the basics of what almost 60% of the population use PC for ie mail, documents, spreadsheet and dbase - has not changed much since wordstar, visicalc and dbase were invented. I am still using my powerbook G4 and I will continue to use it for the foreseeable future.