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Apple changed the way we live, work and play. Calling people names doesn't un-dent the universe.
It's super-common. I see that everywhere. Hell, I take pictures with my iPad all the time. I so wish its camera was on spec with the iPhone 5s, though.
Forum posters frequently use arbitrarily high "standards" invented by them to "prove" some spurious argument about Apple's conduct that they disagree with, or to predict the company's doom. The arbitrary "standards" have nothing to do with the high standards Apple (and its customers) expect from Apple.
My interpretation of the article's wording is: A known flaw was not patched until Google released a proof of concept attack, and this prompted Adobe into action.
Is it just a language barrier or is their patent system just hard to search?
As soon as Apple acquired it, Siri became the focus of many Apple-hater attacks. Nothing polarizes the tech elite like the adjective "Apple's".
Amazon wants to be a publisher: they already have the capability to print paper books and they control a popular eBooks platform. Authors would just be trading one middleman for another.
It is. Chrome is the official browser of AppleInsider and Huddler Lifestyle. Safari users were left to rot.
Why would the government sue Google over this? That would violate the policy of It's Only Wrong When Apple Does It. Besides, Google says they Do No Evil, so there. The guilty party has been punished, the government earn their cut of protection money, and Google is not evil. And parents everywhere are off the hook.
Wait...Adobe waited until now to patch the known flaw? Where are the howls of forum outrage and vitriol that we saw when Apple delayed patching a vulnerability on Macs by a few days? Not a peep outta these people.
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