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They mentioned in the list of applicable devices a "Pocket-sized personal computers such as an iPAQ.RTM. Pocket PC available by Hewlett Packard Inc. , of Palo Alto, Calif. and any other device capable of communicating wirelessly (with or without the aid of a wireless enabling accessory system). " The patent would apply to any kind of portable computing device. K
I added it, chill out man. All you have to do is ask. K
This is really a vague, one-off reference that could represent little more than Apple seeking an engineer to help certify Mac compatibility with the broad range of 3G services that can be accessed by plugging a USB dongle modem into the notebooks. We tried to make that clear in the report. Best, K
Thanks! K
Yeah, but the article on this latest hire indicates he's going to work in one of Apple's education departments, which is odd. K
This is what I suspect as well.
Please don't misinterpret my article. Apple isn't going to make cheap PCs. That's not what this is about. It's about marginal yet noticeably more affordable Macs on par with the company's current standards. It could be as simple as taking the current models and lopping $100 - $150 off in a few months. I was very conscience of using the term "more affordable" rather than "cheap." I did this for a reason.K
Oh yeah -- I'm aware of that. I thought you meant there was an article somewhere identifying an individual who was actually hired. Best, K
? You have a reference? Best, K
Yeah, but the Calif. statute of limitations for this violation has since passed. K
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