Looks like the Judge and her team fast-tracked this one. And although she's said that a new trial would not be in the interests of justice, it doesn't seem quite probable that Samsung wouldn't apply for yet another appeal.
Interestingly, this doesn't take into account how users feel about iPad Mini. Since the iPad Mini is more or less equivalent to the larger iPad, I feel that a lot of companies would choose the mini %u2013 sacrificing the larger screen to be able to cut costs. Still, Apple wins.
Probably one of the most sensible uses of gps and location tracking that will help not just the authorities but also the users. I wonder why it takes so long when technology is so easily attainable for government agencies to incorporate such enormously useful features.
Looks like a totally mixed bag of reactions here. Location Services and Wi-fi are taking a bit shot at the battery, that's clear as daylight. For users who are facing these issues after the 6.0.2, check this resource: http://www.igeeksblog.com/iphone-5-battery-life/ ... it's not a solution. Just a workaround. Also, there's a long long discussion going on at Apple Discussion forums. Try that too. New ideas keep emerging like some guy turned off Wi-fi in favor of a...
Proves Apple nailed it with their tablet gamble. Despite all the clamor about pricing, Apple's brand value and the quality it produces has driven the sales. When you talk about the mini tab market now, a clear leader would be, if not now at least in some more time, the iPad Mini.
It all sounds fine and dandy but wouldn't this add a lot of learning curve in what's a very basic affair? I guess intensive users like graphic designers, modelers and people from the fine arts would find this useful.. not sure of normal users though.