Originally Posted by Apple ][
Well, it's about time Canada! Far too many Canadians have been caught up in the RIM reality distortion field for far too long.
So glad the W.G.A. finally became involved.
Originally Posted by Neo42
My greatest fear is opening up my new iPad next week, playing with it for a few minutes and getting upset because my $99 touchpad running Android 4.0 is more usable, while the iPad feels a little too...
Originally Posted by tranquility
Suggest? Rules are rules. The end.
What that means is in this case is: Apple can choose to institute or rescind any policy for their companies and stores at any time they wish. This also...
Originally Posted by strobe
Apple doesn't have to change the iPad name world-wide if they lose the case. For example in France they couldn't use the name AirPort for wifi, so they called it something else (AirMac or...
Originally Posted by SolipsismX
Except for the formal negotiations where you sold the iPad trademark to Apple.
Heh...if the court were to "void" that transaction, I wonder if Proview could come up with the $55,000 to...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
Is that legal?
I don't believe it's a violation of any law. By signing a contract, customers agreed to those terms. Just about anything you agree to in a contract is enforcable.
Originally Posted by skiball7
Dude, Freedom of Speech applies to the government, not a private enterprise. Use a different word than pussies in the App title and it might be approved....
That might have been sarcasm.