I’m going to Hong Kong just so I can see this bridge (once it’s built of course)!
This article from Andy Croll is something that I hadn’t thought about before.
Basically, if you have a touch enabled device (like iPhone, iPad, Android, etc), you can’t use the :hover CSS attribute.
Andy also points out that the onmouseover etc items just don’t work either, and the same also applies to Flash.
And there you have it folks, my chief complaint about the LibDems!
I remember a similar conversation of topic being raised on QI once. Apparently, bears would frequently win because they have a massive crushing power with their paws. One swipe to the head and the lion’s skull is crushed.
Hmmm, I’m not sure that the conclusions that they have drawn are necessarily complete.
Yes, Apple could be using it as a great leverage tool with Intel. But if that were the case, why wouldn’t they just rely on their own (new) chip manufactoring capacities?
My thoughts turn to the future: AMD have the x86_64 architecture that Intel have no comparison to.There are several draws there for Apple for at least examining the chip.
- Apple make their systems perform like no other. Seriously, look at the base specs of the Macbook Pro. Whilst other manufacturers are churning out middle of the road, low-end shite, Apple make their systems powerful by default. Seeing as a lot of video processing and graphics work get done on Macs; and that processing requires large numerical calculations; having 64-bit integers by default makes life easier, and a seriously selling point for their high-end workstations.
- Even if the advantages of the 64-bit system are used immediately, it still supports x86_32 (or IA32 or whatever you want to call it!) – something that Intel’s chips don’t do.
- They already have the Mach Universal binary format, and there is already compilation for 64-bit systems available in Xcode (although not necessarily x86_64) – adding a new one would be quite simple.
Apple always appear (to me at least) to be a company that are experimenting in the background, even if they don’t go the 64-bit route, at least they can say that they’ve tried!
Another great feature added!
Staff became suspicious when the women tried to check in the man, who was wearing sunglasses, for a flight to Berlin on Saturday.
Wow. This, to me, seems completely amazing as well as pointless – why not put the people outside anyway, surely it’s much much cheaper!