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Oh really? Apple sells pizza in their cafeteria and it constantly has the longest lines. So long that Apple has added a second pizza oven outside. Even with the second oven, it still has the longest lines. There's rarely a line for the sushi. In fact, the hamburger line and the burrito line attract way more people than the sushi.
You call him "authentic"? Rational people would call him bi-polar.
Nope, read about them being at Apple, Anthony Colon, Apple's Senior Investigator. You know, the one that went in to someone's house without properly identifying himself and now Apple is going to be sued.http://forums.appleinsider.com/showthread.php?t=137941
If you were to ask Siri where the closest coffee shop is, do you want her to tell you the closest one or the one that paid for an ad?
Yes it is. Since iAd is only on iOS devices, and iOS devices have a 28% market share, shouldn't iAd have 28% market share as well?
Where do you think that income is coming from? Advertisers! Advertisers feel they are not getting their money's worth with iAd.Give iOS app developers a larger cut? Wrong perspective to have if you want to iAd to survive. It's already a problem.
iArrogant- When iAd launched July 2010, Apple originally asked marketers to commit to spend at least $1 million dollars. Today, less than 1.5yrs later $300,000. iBlunder- Apple has also introduced more flexibility to a pricing structure that had befuddled advertisers, ad executives say. Instead of charging marketers every time a user taps on an ad—a policy which often led to ad budgets quickly being exhausted—Apple is willing to put a cap on what it charges for the...
People have done worse things to ipads.
Barcodes are unique to a product's model #. There's no way you can scan a barcode and the system knows to only deactivate the rfid in your hand. Knowing this, if there are 50 magic mouses on display around the store and only 1 person purchases it, anybody holding the same item can walk out before them without triggering the alarm.
Apple may need to brace itself for a lawsuit stemming from its July pursuit of an errant, unreleased iPhone in San Francisco. Sergio Calderon, the San Francisco man whose house Apple security officials searched at the time, has ended negotiations with the company and is preparing to file a lawsuit, his attorney, David Monroe, told CNET today. "The talks have ended and we're moving forward," Monroe said. The next step would be to draft a complaint to file in the next...
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