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It's for the year.
No, you're wrong. The criteria is "the person who has most influenced the news – for better or for ill – throughout the past year."
iOS 5 Code Signing Bug Makes Jailbreaking Easier\t Wednesday, 9th November 2011, 02:11 pm \t Pod2g has announced that the code signing bug Charlie Miller found in iOS 5 will make creating a jailbreak much easier and warns users not to update to iOS 5.0.1. Note about 5.0.1 : don't update if you plan on jbking : the bug Charlie MILLER found can simplify exploits dramatically and will be closed. Just two days ago, pod2g announced that he had found a vulnerability...
The "award" is supposed to be for what he accomplished in 2011. Let's see what it was.... January he goes on medical leave of absence. August he resigns. October he passes away. Looks like nothing. Everything you listed above, Apple was "inspired" from someone else. Go ahead and continue to live in your world, it gives Leno, Letterman, SNL... good material!
Too many questionable and unethical news surrounding Steve and Apple. I hope he doesn't get it.
Well put nitewing.Apple is guilty of not treating their workers legally. Just ask someone that works at the Elk Grove operations or someone that has been an apple temp worker for more than a year.
Just because apple's products are made out of recyclable parts doesn't mean they are going to be dismantled for recycling. Ipods go straight to the chipper. And those were the ones that weren't tossed in the garbage.If you look at product lifecycle, apple obsoletes them every year to maximize profit (read GREED). That much more are being dumped.
Apple Inc. must provide Samsung Electronics Co. with its contracts with Australian mobile-phone carriers as the South Korean company demanded in a patent dispute with the iPhone maker, a judge ruled. Apple needs to produce agreements it has with Vodafone Group Plc (VOD), SingTel Optus Ltd. and Telstra Corp., should the Cupertino, California-based company fail to agree on an assertion in Samsung’s patent lawsuit that the carriers are contractually obliged to subsidize...
Impersonating an officer isn't breaking the law? Ask an employee at Apple's Elk Grove operations or Cupertino area if they are treated well.
God AI, censor much? What you posted is missing so much that you changed the story. Read the original article here, http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/...7A71ZS20111108 "He told Reuters on Monday that several hundred Apple customers had downloaded the free app and that it had connected to his server, but said he had not installed any other software on their devices. Still, the incident may have proved embarrassing for Apple because its App Store failed to identify that...
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