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I guess you can take this for what it's worth but you are correct Steven N. in that, at least based on this Wikipedia entry (again, take it for what it's worth) MM sued Apple in October of 2010: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motorola_Mobility_v._Apple_Inc.
I have no issues. You're the one who can't deal with anyone critical of your articles based on the insults you hurl rather than address the poster's issue(s) with your articles.
Speaking of things people can't handle. Can you handle one bit of criticism DED/Corrections without degenerating your reply into insults & belittlement? This is getting old and tiresome. Grow up.
What I mean is that wouldn't the house itself need to be wired to accept input from iOS devices? For example, wouldn't I need to hook some dongle or have a hard-wire to my lights, television, oven etc to enable my iDevices to turn them on wirelessly when I enter the room?
No they'll just be playing catch-up ;-)
Euphonious, as I said in my reply to your post it seems that DED/Corrections got b**thurt and decided to delete not only my post but yours as well. Sadly he has long history of not being able to accept criticism and deletes, ignores or responds with childish insults to just about anybody he disagrees with. Ironically he's been corrected a number of times and always responds in such a predictable fashion.
Interesting but wouldn't the home need to be hard-wired for Apple to be able to enable this?
My understanding is that he's very close to the musical/entertainment industries: https://www.google.com/search?q=jimmy+iovine+relationship+to+music+industry&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&channel=sb
Makes sense actually. There's rumors of a revamped AppleTV in which Apple could be looking for content deals in which case Iovine would be invaluable, Dre to a lesser extent. The only thing that doesn't really make much sense is the price. As well connected as Iovine and Young are, are they really worth $3.2 billion?
He's hardly dropping the ball. You can't force somebody to work at a place they don't want to. That went the way of the dodo in this country way back in 1865. More than likely Tim Cook has his replacement ready to go. Being as important as this guy was don't you think there's a "Line Of Succession" in place for things such as this?
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