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I agree. Of course 'settled' might not mean Apple gets screwed to the wall as the media would love to spin it no doubt, perhaps something far more reasonable that benefits both parties. It will be interesting to read the final outcome.
It is certainly brutal out there for so many of these once great electronics firms. I have to admit, it is amazing how many gadgets I once bought that are now obsoleted by one or more of my Apple devices.
Right, and in fact I suspect Samsung have people leaving Japan daily (and many other places) with hundreds of Android devices taped under their coats so as to cover up the fact the shipped inventory was not sold.
You have links or proof that Apple deliberately tracked individuals without their permission for monetary gain?
ROFL got to agree on that!But seriously ... I have to say, if religions can't update their basic philosophies (dogma) to take account of the fact we are not living somewhere in the first few centuries AD (or older in many cases) then they should only be allowed to be paid in goats and hens etc. Seems fair to me.
You are partially correct, the limit is for your own music at the moment and does not include iTunes purchases
I use the amazing and free utility XLD to convert anything I need to first, it is blindingly bast and works in batches simply by dragging a folder onto the icon, totally idiot proof.I must admit I am puzzled why Apple hasn't introduced tiers as they have with Photos for storage rather than the single fixed limit. Maybe that's in the works now they have really got iCloud up and running full tilt. The limit is only for your own music remember, not iTunes purchases.Over...
Time to update this news. The BBC seems to be ahead of AI. Case Settled it seems. The question is what is Apple up to here?
I have often wondered if some Kickstarter business plans start and end with 'Make lots of money out of Kickstarter'.
It sounds like this is a toy at best but kudos to them for the simplification they've started with 'follow the puck', it is brilliant. Someone, be it this company or another, needs to take this to the next step.Avoidance of its own kind should also be something on the to do list. This kind of product for filming sports events could be huge for TV and film companies, forget the consumer market for a moment, some company needs to create a prosumer / professional market...
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