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Here's what I see: Dell - 24", 0.270 mm, 450 cd/m�, 1000:1, 16 ms, 9 (on sale right now for 7) Apple - 23", 0.258 mm, 400 cd/m�, 700:1, 14 ms, 9 (9 through edu store) The price drop and improved specs are good, but it's too bad that they don't match or exceed the dell monitors in all categories - maybe I'm just expecting too much. T-Mo may have screwed the pooch on their 3G rollout, but my phone doesn't drop 30% of my calls. Personally, I'm looking into the 23/24" monitor (though I wouldn't mind the 30". If the software worked on any hardware, it would not be so easy to use. What's funny is, you could easily swap "Software" for "Hardware" in your little mantra and it still rings just as true. A few people have mentioned webcasts and things streamed to London. The cell phone planes (without tethering) are calculated on a typical single (mobile) device usage - using it for more devices is stealing (you know, you signed the contract with the rules - if you don't like it you shouldn't have signed up)I'm on an unlimited plan, so how do I pay for tethering? I can't really help to be negative and say that the movie thingie will be a us only at first... It took two years for i Tunes Music Store to come to DK so why should the movie bussiness be any easier than the music buss...??

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If the software worked on any hardware, it would not be so easy to use. "Apple is a Software Company" "If they didn't sell the Mac OS they would be out of business" "The Hardware is what makes the Software valuable" "The Hardware is easy to use and works well" "If they Hardware worked with any software, it would not be so easy to use" "It would also not work so well" Apple is not a hardware company, it is a computer company. Apple has a symbiotic relationship between it's hardware and software. I live in the UK, can anyone clear things up, am I going to be able to watch the event on the net live (if so, where), or will I just have to make sense of the text scrolling up the screen on this site? I use around 8 GB/month because I stream music, so I can't give up my unlimited.

Of the two places I spend 80% of my life - work & home - neither offered a scenario that allowed me to use my i Phone for sending/receiving phone calls (let alone data). And mine and my wife's i Phones our only phones, this has been a really big problem for us.

and what's been almost more frustrating than dropping all of my calls has been that all along I have upheld my end of the bargain.

It'll be interesting to see how ATT, and TMo keep up with the 3G coverage, as Verizon and Sprint move forward. :) For whatever reason, Sprint and Verizon started deploying their 3G networks about three years before T-Mobile and AT&T did.

AT&T in my area doesn't drop 30% of the calls either, ... Nothing T-Mobile and AT&T can do about that now, except let Verizon gloat while they continue to try to play catch-up.

If the software worked on any hardware, it would not be so easy to use. "Apple is a Software Company" "If they didn't sell the Mac OS they would be out of business" "The Hardware is what makes the Software valuable" "The Hardware is easy to use and works well" "If they Hardware worked with any software, it would not be so easy to use" "It would also not work so well" Apple is not a hardware company, it is a computer company. Apple has a symbiotic relationship between it's hardware and software. I live in the UK, can anyone clear things up, am I going to be able to watch the event on the net live (if so, where), or will I just have to make sense of the text scrolling up the screen on this site? I use around 8 GB/month because I stream music, so I can't give up my unlimited.Of the two places I spend 80% of my life - work & home - neither offered a scenario that allowed me to use my i Phone for sending/receiving phone calls (let alone data). And mine and my wife's i Phones our only phones, this has been a really big problem for us.and what's been almost more frustrating than dropping all of my calls has been that all along I have upheld my end of the bargain.It'll be interesting to see how ATT, and TMo keep up with the 3G coverage, as Verizon and Sprint move forward. :) For whatever reason, Sprint and Verizon started deploying their 3G networks about three years before T-Mobile and AT&T did.AT&T in my area doesn't drop 30% of the calls either, ... Nothing T-Mobile and AT&T can do about that now, except let Verizon gloat while they continue to try to play catch-up. If you're looking for a 30", then the ACD is now a very good deal (99 vs 49 and the specs are a little better on the ACD).