Originally Posted by solipsism
That is not a "30-pin USB" port, that is Apples proprietary and licensable port interface.
...the sort of thing that validates the oldest joke in the Mac world:
Q: How many Apple...
Originally Posted by Banalltv
See Comment No15 here:
"...about 6 years ago, I purchased an archive edition of the National Geographic that used closed proprietary...
Originally Posted by island hermit
Canadians said that as well... but the US was successful in extraditing a Canadian citizen to the US to stand trial for selling pot "seeds" by mail... and now he's sitting in a US jail...
Originally Posted by mstone
Over simplification? Really not that difficult to figure out. Just like anti-virus software works. You develop a signature of how the ads work and you insert some CSS display:none or innerHTML on the...
Originally Posted by hill60
You are assuming there are zero costs in making that income.
I suggest you take a basic finance course and go learn the difference between gross and net and think about how it applies here.
Originally Posted by captbilly
There was a time when I went to Apple insider to see what was new in Apple hardware and software, but now it just seems to be nothing more than the PR arm of Apple.
People looking for Mac news...
Originally Posted by SpamSandwich
Exactly. Anyone willing to pay for their own bandwidth, not get creative about their margins, etc. ... stick with what you've got and pay Apple nothing. Everyone else who wants access to millions...
Originally Posted by jpellino
Since there is already a huge market for Mac apps, and they do not all instantly comply to the App Store guidelines, they could be alienating a very large portion of the developer community. ...
Originally Posted by bedouin
Mixed emotions here. On one hand I want Flash to go away, but on the other -- it just means my ad blocker will need a lot of clever updates to 'compete.' .
Indeed. Insidiously clever: while Flash...