Originally Posted by JeffDM
It may not be a known technique with intellectual property, but it's well-known for real property. Disney used it a lot in the late 50's and early 60's to buy land in Central Florida. Being an...
Originally Posted by monstrosity
With my apps I have given up on advertising. One of my free apps had over a million downloads and I have barely made enough to buy a packet of crisps with the add revenue.
Yep, eCPM has clearly...
Originally Posted by SolipsismX
There are APIs for iCloud that would let Dropbox, SugarSync, anyone with some Objective-C knowledge, and even MS create their own hierarchal storage system that syncs via iCloud.
Also, even with...
Originally Posted by pedromartins
this sounds as an amazing idea.. it would be so simple.
what about those files that you can open with more than one program?
Exactly. Documents, particularly graphics, are rarely...
Originally Posted by maciekskontakt
It does not sound like a major feature requiring new OS build. Why can't this be add-on to Lion or even to Snow Leopard?
Oh I got it... beacuse I need to buy new computer from Apple to make...
Originally Posted by Curmudgeon
But is this really the job of Congress? Perhaps the DoJ, but Congress? Don't they have more important things to worry about? Like actually passing a budget? It's been over a 1000+ days since...
Originally Posted by StLBluesFan
Nothing that guy said that can really be argued with.
"The ultimate is about picture quality and there is no way that anyone, new or old, can come along this year or next and beat us on...
Originally Posted by dasanman69
There's nothing to say. If corporations paid their fair share like we're forced to do the US would be in great shape.
I'm not for double-taxing companies, but it's exactly that - if they keep...
Originally Posted by hmurchison
I'm in favor of more taxes for corporations that outsource heavily.
Trickle down has failed. Apple doesn't outsource heavily...even 100 million today is a sneeze and quadrupling that isn't...