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Amazon was offered a settlement and fine but turned it down saying they do not believe they need to alter their rules at all. So the FTC was backed into suing them today.http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/amazon-rejects-ftc-demands-over-in-app-purchases/#!bcn2ydhttp://www.androidcentral.com/ftc-going-after-amazon-app-purchases-made-kids
Ah, so a lapse in judgment by Mr. Jobs, Arthur Levinson, and Bill Campbell lead to the Apple partnership and sharing of board members then.
So you think other celebs touting particular exercise equipment or hair-color or makeup really use those products? That's advertising.
Generally correct except that Google didn't "release" it. They created a proof of concept to demonstrate to Adobe how it might be exploited. A big thank you is due the Google engineer.
This offers a little more detailhttp://en.apdnews.com/news/103839.htmlThe patent was apparently applied for in 2004 and granted in 2006. According to the lawsuit SRI didn't begin Siri development until 2007.
Does Google make Google Now available in China? From what I've found in a quick search they do not.
I thought I'd read that Google had voluntarily complied with the rules laid down for the App Store back in March but I don't find the source now.
Google Play doesn't make it much easier to find reliable apps for the disabled.https://play.google.com/store/search?q=app%20for%20blind&c=apps&hl=enFortunately there are websites with lists/reviews of applications for the blind or deaf.
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