My view on Google recent attack on Apple’s Safari, and brief opinion on Apple’s new Mountain Lion.
As I read in kompas.com, Indonesia cellular subscribers composition is still going to be dominated by prepaid subscribers. I am fully aware, that from a business perspective, companies should take the most profitting option available for the sake of the company’s interest, which is making money. But then again when the main stream is on the prepaid, wouldn’t cellular company be facing a tight and tough competition as all Indonesia cellular provider are making most money from prepaid subscribers. And to my opinion it is their own fault.
After receiving many skepticism, Microsoft is actually going at full speed in winning the mobile operating system market. Which is good. Many analyst seemed to forget, that Microsoft, as Steve Jobs said it, is after all a software company before read more
After using iOS 4.0 on my 3GS, here’s the story of the experience:
- Multi-Tasking is a short for “Breaking my home button even more faster”.
- Multi-Tasking is far more to a recent apps used rather than a read more
An interesting piece of law that Indonesia have for RIM. That the Berries manufacturer is obliged to established a local infrastructure for it to operate in Indonesia.
Our Minister of Communication and Information strictly hold on to our read more
As the year begins, Apple yet again kept on stunning the world, while Microsoft’s Zune yet to make its International appearance – as it is a rarity to see the device in Indonesia – and there’s hubbub on how WM read more
Okay, so Apple has done it again. They innovate with what they have. Putting an OS X base software into a mobile phone device which serve a full internet browser (in which now began questionable since most web page detects access from mobile read more
This perhaps, will be the shortest entry I ever post. Out of irritation from e-mails n facebook people put showing their gadget narcism… Turns out even an old gadget can do stuff like the lat3st gadget… It’s either people were read more