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4 responses to “Apple iOS / OS-X vs. Windows 8 / RT == OS Goulash & Predictions”

  1. Zoli Erdos

    Adron,

    Oh, man.. as a native Hungarian when you mention Goulash, I expect the real deal (meal) here:-)

    But joke apart, just this morning I was staring at my GS3 (Android) where a bigger (1×1) widget shares a line with smaller App icons. Why do these icons have to be so small, why is all that space wasted on background? Same for iOS. So, yes, the tile concept is much better. But that may be where the Win8 benefits end…

    And yes, it’s ridiculous we keep on using old metaphor’s on tomorrow’s technology. I wrote about similar principles here: http://www.cloudave.com/55/the-kno-is-not-a-tablet-it-s-a-workout-device/

    OK, so I am hungry, where’s my Goulash? :-)

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