iphone powered by windows is an good news. And what about iphone application on windows vista and windows 7 other than windows XP ?
(1) Windows boxes still cheaper to run. Most digital outdoor seems to run on Windows boxes. Could try Linux, I suppose, but that would potentially require a more highly-trained support team.(2) The support team is required because the Windows boxes fail publicly.(3) If you are Apple, and you know that things are going to fail publicly, wouldn't you rather it was the competition?
Umm... so does that logo that windows crashed again?
@mat - Re: (3), by the same logic, they should have all of their showroom computers run Windows.
Apple has nothing to do with the screens in the AT&T stores. AT&T uses Windows as a standard. The screen indicates that their digital signage application or media player has bombed.
Why not use their Mac Mini running our signagelive virtual player or one of the other Mac digital signage platforms.Alternatively, the SMIL open standard devices for www.IAdea.com (again supported by us) are rock solid and built for maximum uptime for unattended digital signage use.
I don't think that's a crash, looks like one of the screen-savers...
Yup, that's a screensaver, not a crash.XP works fine.Which leaves only one fail here :)
Photoshop! Really people.
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