It's all over the news: you too can join the computing revolution as sparked by Apple Computer, only 34 years late and at a cost of anywhere from US $161,000 to nearly $250k, so which ultra-rich geek will splash the cash to own some seriously outdated electronics?
Don't worry, Apple hasn't gone mad with its pricing. Instead, auction house Christie's is selling an Apple 1 computer, in what looks like original condition, not only made in the garage of Steve Jobs' parents, but also coming with a 'rare commercial letter from Steve Jobs' himself.
Looks like a nice phone, but I'm still hanging out for a sub $500 mobile that has Qi charging.
What was the Root Cause Analysis?
A good fight!! Internal bickering!! I love it!! Ha!!!!
Must be desperate for news if you're quoting SHY. Just tell her there's an urgent live-cross from Sea Patrol.Regionals are[…]
Ya, but that's not exactly compares fair either.. NZ has Fiber almost 100 in areas,,, while Australia have fiber to[…]