David Lam

David Lam

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344 weeks ago @ asymco - Mobile device OS upgra... · 2 replies · -1 points

BlackBerry appears to have updated OSes quite regularly. Carriers do their testing and do an official release. The OS is then available on BlackBerry.com for the user to download. The user connects to BB Desktop and the phone gets updated with the new OS.

BlackBerry also have regular OS "leaks", which are OSes released by BlackBerry (they carry RIM's digital signature countersigned by Verisign) but not yet released by Carriers.

347 weeks ago @ 9 to 5 Mac | Apple Int... - Smart Cover gets redon... · 1 reply · +2 points

What is a "certified wood"?

347 weeks ago @ 9 to 5 Mac | Apple Int... - Seven months after bei... · 0 replies · +8 points

Price matching to a 10 inch tablet isn't good enough when you're only offering a 7 inch tablet. C'mon, RIM!

347 weeks ago @ 9 to 5 Mac | Apple Int... - Standing in line tomor... · 0 replies · +2 points

Is $20 (and lower sales tax) worth your time and gas money to drive / walk to the US to get an iPad 2?

347 weeks ago @ David Lam Law Blog - W... - Now Is The Time To Spe... · 0 replies · +1 points

With an election called in March of 2011, it looks like Bill C-32 will die and copyright reform will fall to the next Parliament to handle.

348 weeks ago @ 9 to 5 Mac | Apple Int... - Apple starts pushing b... · 0 replies · 0 points

I wonder if Corning can substitute its Gorilla Glass (same increased thinness and flexibility)

348 weeks ago @ 9 to 5 Mac | Apple Int... - Apple starts pushing b... · 2 replies · +1 points

Could it be that Apple is concentrating on the countries that they highlighted (remember the slide after this one had only a few of the listed countries highlighted) because of possible shortage of parts (Dragontrail glass I would imagine) due to earthquake damage at Asahi Glass' Japanese factories?

349 weeks ago @ asymco - On Feeds and Speeds · 2 replies · +2 points

The GPU performance increase means two things to me: 1) the iPad 1 launched featuring iWork, meaning Apple intended one of the primary selling points (but not the only selling point) for it is productivity with some gaming on the side; 2) the iPad 2 is now more a "fun" device, a gaming platform, and productivity is no longer the _primary_ selling point.

349 weeks ago @ asymco - Disney (still) loves A... · 1 reply · +2 points

Isn't more like trademark infringement (or passing off of Disney's brands' goodwill) than copyright infringement?