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No, a patent holder does not need to be a practitioner of the invention. They can try to license the technology instead.Limited-time patent protection is awarded by the government in exchange for public dissemination of innovative ideas that otherwise might never be developed (or as quickly developed) or publicly disseminated. Once a patent expires, everyone is free to utilize the invention.
AT&T is likely to count wifi calls against your plan minutes, just as they count microcell minutes.
I hate to think how the 5.5" model will look in a suit pocket and would buy a 4" iPhone 6 instead if it had NFC and OIS. It seems moderately questionable that the 4" size did not receive an update to include NFC at least.
Nobody actually cares about (or pays attention to) Samsung's smartwatches. They merely served their purpose in getting the mass media, including NPR, to report Samsung was first to market.
I can't wait.     If you couldn't tell, that's a joke.
256K of lossless isn't a backup. iTunes Match doesn't deal with video. Maybe you need to read that again. You do nothing for Apple sales, btw.
 I do have iTunes Match and, unlike you it seems, I know it doesn't backup lossless copies of audio files. My iTunes library also contains several videos, which iTunes Match does nothing with. The total is well over 500GB.
Well, 99% of people who don't care that Apple holds the encryption keys might be cool with it.
iPhoto collection (with only a few videos) is 500GB aloneiTunes library is well over 500GB (Apple lossless rips). Besides, why would I entrust personal data to Apple, when they hold the encryption keys? For much of the data I wish to replicate, I use BitTorrent Sync. BTSync isn't a recommended solution for iPhoto or iTunes, and I don't use it for that, but for other important files, it works great.
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