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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...
I agree. Actions like that is why the pay gap has accelerated. While Apple does tremendously well, the exceutives get 10s of millions in bonuses while the people at the lower level positions are lucky to get 3% raises. To make matters worse, Apple keeps temporary workers for years and years without converting them. They do the exact same work as a regular employee but do not get any benefits, 401k, stock purchase.
Fire's success isn't measured by how much money Amazon makes on each one sold, nor the number sold, it's measured by how much money it brings in after it's sold.
Will Apple drop their 15" MBP because they also sell a 17" version? No. They both have their own market.
Wrong! Apple did not say Amazon's Kindle Fire would fragment the Google Android platform. They said it "...could fuel further fragmentation in the tablet market..."
Fix your title AI and learn how to read!! Apple said it "...could fuel further fragmentation in the tablet market..." Not "..will further fragment Android."
Selling a product to someone means you are charitable person? You are hilarious!!! char·i·ta·ble   [char-i-tuh-buhl] Show IPAadjective1. generous in donations or gifts to relieve the needs of indigent, ill, or helpless persons, or of animals: a charitable man giving much money to feed the poor.2. kindly or lenient in judging people, acts, etc.: charitable in his opinions of others.3. pertaining to or concerned with charity: a charitable institution.STEVE JOBS WAS NOT...
Apple could have made the video compatible with virtually all web browsers on the market, but they didn't. It's not even available to mac users on an OS more than 2yrs old! You would think apple would appreciate users that have been with them for a while, but they don't. They only care about getting people to ditch their old stuff and buy their latest gadgets. There was no need to "protect" the file. It's inevitable that some geek would save it to their hard drive then...
Quicktime is an apple product. No who's the idiot?
Apple is using his death as a marketing tool. You can't view the video unless you are using an apple product. Nice one Cook et al. Very classy.
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