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I should have said Guy instead of guy.
I think it was their plan all along. File an appeal, file another appeal, file some motions, request a review, request a retrial, move to dismiss, move to vacate, stall, hem and haw (all while billing their client, Samsung, hourly), hoping Apple will give up trying to collect.
"That our customers love..." Uh, no, Mr Nadella: You have no right to say that. This is how Tim Cook talks about Apple products. "Love" is not a word I would ever f**king use to describe any Microsoft product. EVER.
Here we go...
What's stopping you? Can't you replace them?
I bet I know one guy who would totally feel secure with a Google connected web cam and microphone in his home. Because it's Google. I expect nothing less than a "but but but how do we know what Apple does with your photos in iCloud?" as the standard smokescreen rebuttal.
I did not mean to imply otherwise. But if the law isn't specific to the telecoms, but any resellers, then I stand corrected, or rather AppleInsider and the Reuters article it quotes should stand corrected for wording it the way they did. Can you cite a specific reference to this Taiwanese law you described? The issue for me is that the Reuters article does not describe the law in that way, so it appears to contradict your spin.
I'm sure they posted a "public" hearing about the change on some obscure webpage that required that you attend a town hall meeting between 3:00am-5:00am on a particular day in some small town in East Texas that no one has ever heard of with a population of less than 1000.
AT&T fuming over why the FCC isn't in the telecom industry's back pocket as a rubber stamp for legalizing whatever the cabal of telcos want.
I own a 2nd gen Paperwhite and it's a ok reader: long battery, good contrast, but slow screen. Typing is abysmal, and it has one of the worst keyboards imaginable. I noticed the iOS 8 keyboard does a pretty good job of predicting the next word as you type. The Kindle's keyboard is comparatively brain-dead. On top of that, the input is not multitouch so if you don't slow down your typing, the keyboard registers phantom key presses between the two keys you pressed, causing...
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