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That paper you see is part of bound lab books; two of them in the photo. It's a way that a company can back up any assertions about the originality of any patent. The lab books are bound and no pages are ever removed, and they function as dated proof of how any patentable ideas came into being.
"I'll see Google's bid and raise with a piece of my liver..."
B & H has often been the source for the BEST prices since the mid-1970s... I don't know how they do it. They used to even have the best prices on brands of which they weren't even authorized dealers.
It hasn't been mentioned, but a lot of folks forget about the iPodTouch which may function in this respect as well as an iPhone... Your friend's problem shows off how important it is to stay within the Apple ecosystem. It also shows how Apple is starting to stitch the ecosystem with more reasons to not stray...
Okay, I admit, the Microsoft market share is up for grabs...
I wonder if this BB Tablet will be able to handle email... something the wheee...playbook couldn't do.
None who were trying to gain market share back from Apple during this century...
I'm glad you brought up 3M because it is a great example of a company not afraid of going off into different markets like Apple. 3M's first product was FLYPAPER. Imagine where they'd be today if they'd have not ventured further afield. The flypaper made them more interested in adhesives, and in some ways, adhesives are a part of much of what they do; from Scotch tape to post-it Notes. Apple has shown an affinity for finding niches around their core competentcies and some,...
What a disaster that was. A great example of what the iPhone looked like when spec-driven by the carrier. The horrible ads, which likely are on YouTube, are also representative of what an Apple product would look like done by someone else...
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