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It depends on how you define density. Either pixels per inch, or pixels per square inch would work. But since author chose pixels per inch, he was indeed wrong about quadrupling.
Head over to CNET, where a writer uses this same data to "prove" that Android is winning the smartphone war. Evidence? He asserts that because more first-time buyers are getting Android phones, the iPhone will slip into irrelevance. I, on the other hand, think everyone is entitled to make mistakes. Those first time Android buyers will become second time iPhone buyers. http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-573...tphone-buyers/
I noticed this this morning, and thought it had always been there.
What does that even mean? Does your credit score go down? Does it max out your credit cards?
Lots of people say this, but what is the evidence? Never has Apple required competition to innovate. Competition didn't create the iPod, iPhone, or iPad.
I love Fresh and Easy.
In Snow Leopard, you would have complained that the unwanted item you removed was still there!
From iBooks Author help: "When you create a book, you begin with a template. A template includes everything you need to create a book: a set of book elements and a variety of layouts for chapters, sections, and pages. Using a template, you can create a professional-looking book with a consistent design across all of its elements. You can modify the elements of any template to suit your needs. If you want to reuse a modified template in the future, you can save the template...
Why do you think patent infringement relies on copied code? Patent infringement doesn't rely on copied code. In fact, the patent in question has no code! The patent is on a method of performing real-time signal processing on serially transmitted data. If the method Google uses infringes on the claims of Apple's patent, then Android infringes, even if the code is different. That said, I am no expert, and am not able to argue this point with certainty.
I think it would be easy for a court to tell Google to stop distributing Android, if the code that is being distributed infringes Apple patents.
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