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OK, really, honestly this doesn't mean much at all.  First things first, Jobs being receptive to an idea doesn't mean that it was being actively developed.  It could mean nothing more than Steve placating Eddie on one hand knowing he wasn't going to release it anyhow.  It could also mean that he liked the idea, but rejected it for other reasons.  There just isn't enough context since all we have is Eddie and his opinions.  Steve can't comment on it with his personal...
  Can you cite evidence of this outside of your own opinion.  Calling out Samsung's offences doesn't count.  I'm going to need hard proof backed by legal evidence.  Shouldn't be hard if it is, as you claim, a fact.    
Grrrr....     1:  The court being open to the public is irrelevant to this matter.  Nothing in this has anything to do with the public being denied the right to the trial.  It has nothing to do with this discussion.  Nobody is talking about access to the trial by anybody.  It has no bearing as to what is going on in this matter.   2:  Being "open" doesn't mean what you are trying to imply.  It just means that there isn't any sort of a closed court or a gag order....
Except for one important thing, the statements that were made in public were excluded from evidence.  Not to mention that freedom of speech is not absolute.  Samsung's lawyer can certainly be sanctioned because he made statements based on "facts" not in evidence.  If you did that in cross you would get an sustained objected and a warning from the judge.  You cannot get around an order of exclusion by just blabbing about it in public.  That can be seen as manipulating the...
  Indeed.  Saying a trial is open to the public simply means that the pubic at large can attend the trial and view on elements of that trial that are not private or considered sealed (say via a gag order).  You can't just bypass rules of evidence or trial procedures by talking to the press anyhow and taint the jury by providing them with access to information the Judge specifically excluded from the jury.  THe rules of court would be that you would appeal a judges...
Actually they stopped doing OEM licensing because they lost tons of money trying to compete with Microsoft using a method that MS was much better at (even then) had all the better partners, and even worse for Apple, MS could do this without competing with themselves.  The key problem with Apple’s OEM deals was that they were still developing their own hardware.  Other venders always had the ability to under price Apple since they don’t have to subside the software with...
Where have they done that?  Last I heard MS still sells Office 2011 and likely will be selling Office 2014 which will again be different from the recently announced Office 2013 (Windows).  MS has not announced that they are stopping anything on the Mac.
Agreed.  You might as well say that it is news that Neilsen reports that machine guns wielded by the average troop can shoot way more bullets than a single shot rifle wielded by a specialist.  Of course Android sells tons of devices - their business model is totally different to Apple and is akin to Windows which MS continuously sells more licenses than Apple does.     It says nothing about quality of devices, just raw numbers which is not an accurate thing to go off of.
Especially when their page on the feature clearly says that it requires either an internal or external mic
That about sums it up.  Of course what they totally ignore is the fact that just because you are an employee that doesn’t equate you to being an invested owner of said company.  That pretty much never happens in any organization no matter how successful that company is.  You want to make money based on the value of the company you can invest in it. That’s the away things work.
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