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1- yours does? When did they change that?2- exactly how is highly debated, as often is the case with Law or Governments, or anything involving bothNot to mention that courts in their US version is a very alien thing to Europeans...
Why can't Apple request a non biased judge, like Koh?
If Apple goes "large phones" i'll snag a cheaper 5s and wait 5 more years. Then smartphones might be gone, replaced by some iWTF.
You do realize that WST will be titling "Apple doomed" tomorrow as usual? It is all about milking the cow, not about the news
Germany and France are doing a good job there, and the US patent system has a serious issue. Unless I am very mistaken, the legal part of the system is not really broken, but the administration is, either for lack of agents or lack of highly specific skills. Then again, I am not Obamabush.
Samsung's marketing department has raised a few eyebrows in recent years. Also, breakdancing being all the rage has convinced me just anything is possible in modern advertisement, so... Why not?
That raises different issues, from a few orders of magnitude more complex than the ones raised (?) by the article ( is OSS really safer than closed source, and are the benefits of OSS offset by the unpredictability of API changes).My take on closed source is clear, openness at least allows people to search for issues, even though whether they actually do is still their own responsibility, and as for unpredictability, Apple is not known for backward compatibility, which may...
Exactly this. The whole article bases itself on two assumptions:- there are no other exceedingly bad bugs allowing injection in Apple's code, hence OSS is a worse method than closed source- the fact Heartbleed is the worse bug of the two is not purely luckIt appears to me, both statements are unlikely to be true.-
Running an iPhone4. Enough said.
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