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      You obviously don't know anything about out of court settlements. This case reeks of a having a confidentiality agreement where neither party is allowed to disclose the settlement. When a defendant wants a confidentiality agreement, it means they are at the mercy of the plaintiff and will pay them more money.   Apple wants this incident to be forgotten.       "In early December, the man's then-talkative attorney, David Monroe, told CNET that settlement negotiations...
        Do you really think people should listen to you?  Do you really think if a company, or anybody for that matter, breaks the law and then stops, they are absolved from their previous offense? It's obvious Apple was shown the error of their ways because they removed the 15 minute window.   After more and more people check their statements and see the outrageous dollar amounts for children's in app purchases, I would not be surprised if more lawsuits are filed and it...
Looks like Apple paid off victim of ham-handed iPhone search Lawyer goes tellingly mum about threatened lawsuit By Paul McNamara on Wed, 04/04/12 - 8:29am.   It would seem that the missing iPhone prototype wasn't "priceless," after all. Apple has apparently reached an out-of-court settlement to keep a San Francisco man from suing the company over what his attorney -- and virtually everyone else -- called an "outrageous" warrantless search of the man's home, car...
      That is shitty of apple to allow an app like that, $99.99 for 2200 rainbows. Even a full fledge Playstation, Xbox or PC game doesn't cost that much. It's obvious app publishers are hoping you won't check your credit card statement.   Apple may boast their products protect you from porn, but they don't protect you from crooks. And apple gets a 30% cut!   Let's see if the next lawsuit will be directed at the publishers.
                                            It's obvious many of you only read the title, and maybe, the first post of this thread, which was written by a biased apple fanboi.  Influenced by that bias, many of you came up with hypothetical situations why the lawsuit was created and using those same situations why the lawsuit has no merit.   If any of you spent some time reading the actual court docket, you will see the FACTUAL BACKGROUND for the lawsuit and the five...
Haven't ANY of you realized, Apple caters their products to main stream, stupid people, people that are afraid of technology. The $100 billion in the bank came from them, not you!  You geeks could barely muster a 10% market share and nearly drove Apple to bankruptcy!!     "..these parents have no responsibility..." "...Yep I am have three children and they don't own phone's I want allow it...." "...the judge is an idiot..." "... the judiciary in the US --...
It would be worth it if it stopped another ipad plant from having an explosion.
Did apple enter those markets or create them? What I think Munster was trying to say is "When apple enters mature markets, their goal is to reinvent them."
The guy went through 9 mos of interviews before being hired. That means he was not in the top 200 applicants.
You're stupid if you believe every article written (mostly copy & pasted) by biased, AppleInsider staff. Anybody with half a brain knows they should verify their sources. If you checked out Flurry's website, you'll learn that they don't give a rat's ass about who's winning the mobile wars. That is why they didn't breakdown the numbers between Android and iOS in their free report. All they care about is selling you their analytic services.
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