There are rumors that iPhone 5S or iPhone 6 (whatever it will be called) will be introduced in a number of colors, with big size, excellent 12 MP camera, thumb impression detection for security and will be a bit bigger in size. What will be your favourite feature among these new inclusions?

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I have several databases located over the world, this all have the same structure, with the same tables and triggers. For clarification purposes: Site 1: database_1 (with all its tables same as other sites) Site 2: database_1 (with all its tables same as other sites) Site 3: database_1 (with all its tables same as other sites) Now in my main site I would have something like this: Site main: database_1_site_1 (with all its tables same as other sites) database_1_site_2 (with all its tables same as other sites) database_1_site_3 (with all its tables same as other sites) Now, obviously, these databases …

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I was debating with my friend [URL="http://twitter.com/DavidAKnopf"]David A. Knopf[/URL] on Twitter recently about the iPad's target market. He was sure that iPhone and Mac owners like himself were the key targets, while I argued that it was precisely the opposite, people who didn't own these devices already. We went back and forth as we often do, but what was really interesting, is that both of us made valid points with links for backup about whom we believed Apple was targeting with this device. [B]Marketing 101 [/B] When a company like Apple creates a device like the iPad, they must have …

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Given the amount of negative press that has been generated since the announcement of the iPhone 5, calling it everything from boring to disappointing and even naming it the Apple Meh!phone, you might be forgiven for thinking nobody would want to buy it. You would be wrong. Very wrong indeed, in fact, if the pre-ordering process is anything to go by. It took the iPhone 4 and 4S around 20 hours to sell out after pre-orders went live on the Apple website. Yet the iPhone 5 'sold out' of launch day stock within the hour. ![iphone5](/attachments/small/0/iphone5.jpg "align-right") Both Apple.com and …

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I just took almost all the graphics on my website that are used often in the design and put them into a CSS sprite. Because of the varying sizes this created large area of the new image file that had nothing in them. The result of this was a new CSS sprite that was about 80KB when all the original images together were only about 48KB. I can tell how the webpage is actually loading slower now. Is it worth keeping the sprites to minimize HTTP requests? Does size matter more or the amount the server is contacted to download …

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