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The stuff that that Jeff Han is talking about was originated by FingerWorks, a company that started in 1998 and was bought by Apple in 2005.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FingerWorks Yes, Apple deserves their multi-touch patent and every bit of success that comes with it. Deal with it! Time will tell.
Apple engineers were researching and designing and patenting this iOS multi-touch UI stuff in 2006 and probably started well before that (FingerWorks 1998) . You have to wonder, what did they think of next that will be released soon in our life time? This work originated with FingerWorks, a company that started in 1998 and was bought by Apple in 2005. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FingerWorks God bless Apple! They deserve their patents and every bit of success that...
The windows phone 7 ui looks like lotus notes. I wonder if Ray Ozzie gave them the idea. Time will tell.
The 9.7 inch iPad is just more uniquely "magical" because no one else can get the battery life of the iPad from a 10 inch tablet. Apple develops a lot of things, but that does not mean they're gonna release them. Time will tell.
You make a good point that Google not Apple has taken Microsoft's place in the Mobile OS race. This is true in terms of business model except that Google does not charge a license fee. I don't think flash is critical to Google's success with Android. From what I have seen, flash does not run very well on Android phones. It actually sucks. May be Microsoft want's adobe to create publishing tools. Time will tell.
You see, Apple displays on both Mac OS X and iOS use display Postscript/PDF technology for which it has I believe an exclusive license from Adobe. Apple has enhanced this technology to allow it to zoom or shrink anything on an Apple display to any size without losing image quality. I believe that Apple has an exclusive on the technology and I bet that Microsoft wants it. So the only way that Microsoft may be able to get this technology is by buying Adobe because...
Very interesting indeed. Let's see... 1. Design and generate the source for the UI with Interface Builder. 2. Translate the IB source to some other language / Framework. 3. Extract the application specific code and translate that as well. ... and Voila Although other frameworks are missing many of Apple's features... And Apple could cause problems for Intel if they want to... Apple frameworks are so well defined and the Apple tools so nice that it might...
I would not be surprised if they have a few Linux and even more Windows servers, but I believe most of their servers are Apple Xserves from data center pictures that I have seen in the past. Google uses Linux heavily.Apple sells very nice quad core and 8 core 1U Xserve servers, not to mention Mac Mini servers running OS X. Power efficiency will be important in such a large data center. http://store.apple.com/us/browse/hom...co=MTY3ODQ5OTYImagine the expensive Cisco...
Well, let's see...Google bought AdMob for $750 million and Apple bought Quattro Wireless for $275 million.And now it has been reported that they will have about the same mobile ad market share.http://www.businessweek.com/magazine...8040729659.htmWhat is Carol Bartz smoking?Time will tell.
Apple evidently puts out insanely great products and in order to do that it can take extra time and effort. It is understandable that some companies may not wish to put in such an effort even at the cost inferior results. I believe that if every iAd advertisement is insanely great then Apple will benefit in the long term when advertisers know their chance of a successful ad campaign on iAds is very high. I for one actually look for iAd advertisement to see them because...
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