יום שבת, ינואר 10, 2009
I find it somewhat funny to see how tides are turning. Apple used to be the medias darling,it was touted as innovative and cool while Microsoft was old and boring…These days, it seems that tides are starting to turn as all of a sudden Apple is no longer treated as nicely as it used to be. Take a look at the following video by the Onion: Apple Introduces Revolutionary New Laptop With No Keyboard Will this eventually also affect consumer perception?
יום שישי, מרץ 21, 2008
It was bound to happen. I even thought of doing it but obviously someone managed to beat me to it. For the full review (by X-bit labs)of how it preformed take a look at: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mobile/display/apple-macbook-air.html
יום שישי, מרץ 7, 2008
Wow-this is a surprise,or is it? iPhone is cool. iPhone wants to go enterprise. No matter how you look at it the iPhone is a cool gadget,but then again would you buy something that's simply cool and ineffective? Dunno. Adding ActiveSync to the mix opens a whole new world before the iPhone and connects a large number of iPhone owners (and potential owners) to Microsoft infrastructures that control the enterprise environment...
יום רביעי, אוקטובר 3, 2007
This might be somewhat old but it still strikes me as odd. It seems that every processon the iPhone runs as root, which basically means that if one process is breached it willhave full access to the whole system. When looking at this situation, on one hand you might be confident that your softwarehas no security flaw, thus you have nothing to worry about or you have made a mistake.A process/user should not run with higher privileges then the ones he really needs, evenadministrators should be limited- if they need to use their admin privileges it should bedone...
יום שבת, אוגוסט 25, 2007
Many people were disappointed by the fact that the iPhone could only be used with onecarrier,not only did this limit US owners to a specific carrier it also made it virtually impossiblefor anyone outside the US to use the iPhone (think about the cost...). A crack (or unlock) was inevitable. A hardware unlock surfaced a few days ago, yet it wasn'tfor the faint hearted. Yesterday (or so it seems) the first report of a software unlock finally surfaced on the Engadgetblog. A few hours later a second unlock was reported. Z-time to play...;)
יום שבת, אוגוסט 4, 2007
MacGyver, look out, someone stole your tool of trade.... Now seriously,I can't say if this story is true or a fabrication but nevertheless it's still funny:The web has pictures, and a story, saying that Apple has sent out a wrapped paper clip asa tool for iPhone. On one hand,you have to give it to them, you can never find one when you need one,on theother hand it is really funny...Take a look at the pictures on flickr and the story on Engadget.