Re: It's over, Apple was ri...Nashton
|Subject||Re: It's over, Apple was right...|
|Date||08/22/2012 02:32 (08/21/2012 21:32)|
|Followups||Sandman (5h & 33m)|
On 12-08-20 8:24 AM, Jack Spratley wrote:
Jack SpratleyActually, I have 3 Playbooks now. One for each office, one for home. The Asus tablet serves as a music reader.
On Aug 17, 10:38 pm, Alan Baker <alangba...@telus.net>wrote:Alan BakerJack Spratley
In article <k0muqj$tm...@speranza.aioe.org>, Nashton <n...@na.ca> wrote:NashtonAlan Baker
On 12-08-17 11:28 AM, Laszlo Lebrun wrote:Laszlo LebrunNashton
On 08/17/2012 01:40 PM, KDT wrote:KDTLaszlo Lebrun
So, that also forced Google to not support Flash on Android in Chrome? RIM was able to get a source code license from Adobe to keep supporting Flash on Playbook -- if Flash were so important then why didn't Google do the same?
Who will know? Anyhow Microsoft got an agreement with Adobe as well to deliver Flash functionality on Windows8.
Personally, I appreciate being able to browse the web without restrictions imposed by some kook. I use a playbook and an Asus Windows tablet.
We know. You had to buy two tablets to do the job of one.NashtonAlan Baker
Whomever permits a third party to dictate what you should be able to do or not do is a moron of the highest order.
You think that Adobe wasn't dictating with Flash?
so you recognize you fit the profile.Alan BakerJack Spratley
Whomever advocates and becomes an apologist for said company is a waste of oxygen.
-- "The iPhone doesn't have... ...well, since Edwin seems to have finally crawled away for good, I guess I'll let him off the hook
it would be nice if you crawled away.
Sandman (5h & 33m)