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Google has always been open to liability claims too. Why did you and others think they didn't? There's never been anything preventing Apple from suing Google directly.
Google's always been responsible for whatever is in Android. What makes you think this is anything new?
They even said at least some of the features Samsung is accused of "stealing" are integrated in Android. They don't seem too concerned. At least this answers some who were faulting Google for not indemnifying licensees. I guess they do despite what Eric , DED and a couple other claim. It's the right thing.The odd thing about Apple bringing it up is it kinda goes against their constant hammering that Google isn't part of this case.
There's most detail in the Reddit threads linked within the Ars article. It's not even associated with any specific app. Seems to have the Cydia guys stumped so far.http://www.reddit.com/r/jailbreak/comments/23b7qs/what_is_unflod_its_a_mobile_substrate_addon_that/http://www.reddit.com/r/jailbreak/comments/23bdwr/beware_unfloddylib_sends_apple_id_and_password_to/
If you are a casual user it's probably not the best idea to install Beta software either. Of course AI has a lot of iPhone users who would not be described as "casual".
Malware alert since iPhone user's aren't accustomed to seeing these types of things: A heads-up if your iPhone is jail-broken and NOT Apple's latest 64-bit model. There's a nasty little exploit making the rounds, designed for stealing Apple passwords and log-in credentials. You should at least be aware it's out there. So far it doesn't appear to infect the 5s. http://arstechnica.com/security/2014/04/active-malware-campaign-steals-apple-passwords-from-jailbroken-iphones/
Both Apple and Samsung are using the same types of experts. Both are coming up with what I consider silly numbers too.http://recode.net/2014/04/22/understanding-the-crazy-math-apple-and-samsung-use-to-calculate-patent-damages/
A new plant powered by coal? Which one was that? You'd think they'd plan better and make sure there was renewable power available for at least a good part of their needs.
RadartheKat asked some questions and I offered links to find some of the answers. Perhaps you didn't see his post. I doubt they were questions you had so why does it matter to you?I thought you would be more interested in my response to the questions you had here yet never acknowledged:http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/178688/samsung-experts-say-apples-patented-features-not-valuable-in-trial/120#post_2519606
The 78% "green" figure Apple mentions does not include product manufacturing, packaging or delivery.Motorola Mobility's environmental goals and manufacturer responsibility report can be found here:http://responsibility.motorola.com/index.php/environment/operations/http://responsibility.motorola.com/index.php/suppliers/while many of Google's goals and initiatives are discussed here:https://www.google.com/green/
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