Day: January 21, 2012

Apple’s Phil Schiller says iPhone 5 scratches are ‘normal’

Apple’s Phil Schiller says iPhone 5 scratches are ‘normal’ Rather than deny that the iPhone 5 is getting scratched, or, as Apple’s late CEO Steve Jobs might have done, claimed that customers are using them the wrong way (as Jobs did with antennagate), Apple’s VP of Marketing Phil Schiller has defended scratches on the iPhone 5 as being “normal”. In an email to a customer, obtained by 9to5Mac, Schiller said: “Any aluminum product may scratch or chip with use, exposing its natural silver colour. That is normal.” Last Friday, on the day the iPhone 5 launched, we reported claims...

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10 things we hate about Microsoft’s Surface Windows 8 Pro

10 things we hate about Microsoft’s Surface Windows 8 Pro Microsoft’s new Surface for Windows 8 Pro is a light, sleek device with the functionality of a tablet and also that of a full laptop, but it’s not perfect. After checking out a loaner from Microsoft we came up with some things we’d like to see changed to make this a better product. Here’s the list. (Watch a slideshow of Surface’s features.) 1. You can’t adjust the camera angle. 2. The battery life is poor. Microsoft claims 4.5 to 5 hours, but it can be less depending on workload....

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Did Warner Bros. Intentionally Release a Broken Arkham Knight PC Version? | Batman: Arkham Knight

Did Warner Bros. Intentionally Release a Broken Arkham Knight PC Version? | Batman: Arkham Knight QA Testers have come out saying Warner Bros. ignored their concerns about the Arkham Knight’s bugs months before release. PC players are still struggling to make Batman: Arkham Knight run even on basic settings while Rocksteady struggles to get the problems fixed. The game is in such rough shape that it was pulled from Steam after issuing a pile of refunds to angry gamers. So naturally everyone wants to know what went wrong and why was the game shipped in such a sorry state....

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