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Stop the presses! An OS that is Open Source with 4,000+ different models has fragmentation problems! An OS that's tailored to less than 20 device models doesn't! Thanks DeD, your articles are really eye opening 
Usually you guys are quick to refute what people post about Apple but no one has refuted Josh's claims.
I don't think it'll be square, I think they're just waiting for the announcement to add the new filter (maybe a cleaner rounded rectangle)
The second to the last slide seems devastating. The guy asked Steve Jobs how the can possibly sell books for $14.99 when Amazon sells it for $9.99, and Jobs reply was 'the prices will all be the same'. The guy thinks Steve Jobs was crazy for even saying it out loud.
Damn dude, you're becoming that stressed out guy in the group that has a nervous breakdown and puts a knife to a woman's neck and says 'stay away, I'm gonna kill her'.It's just a forum. We're only talking about phones, we're not discussing scientific theories (those guys are brutal).
The percentages of difference are so small they seem insignificant.
What they need to do is patent location based reminders. That way I can have Siri remind me to take out the trash when I get home, or remind me to buy something when I'm near POI location.
  Because those "opinions" are irrelevant given the context. He was sympathizing to the other party's fears of entering into a risky deal that could fail by acknowledging that it could fail, however he needed to do something soon or else Amazon could take his entire e-book profits in the future. Salesman tactics.   So no, it wasn't his "opinion". He masked it as an opinion, but really he believed it wouldn't work. Why would the other publishing agencies sign the deal at...
  Dismissal on what grounds? And if she's seen evidence most of us haven't, and made an estimated guess as to the outcome, I don't see how most of AI is saying there is no case. Apple is not a godlike company that does no wrong. They only released a few emails, yet they have a lot more evidence to support a price fixing scheme. They might have emails of Apple consulting with the other publishers and pushing their $12.99 price, and telling publishers about the evil Amazon...
So why did they all plead guilty to price fixing if they were all innocent?
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