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... in the final analysis, what one such as yourself would be doing perusing the threads of a popular forum enough to be drawn into posting in it, or in fact to feel compelled in anyway shape or form to defend one's posts, should they (as they have) occur. Indeed, one might be likened to a snooty English don attempting to refute common banter in a Cockney pub after hours, when said population is in full season regarding the local politics, national governmental faux pas,...
Do you event read the articles or just the headlines?? (besides being gloriously off-topic??) In the Reuters article:Josh' blog is a bit better, but that's beside the point - right? All the speculation is just that in terms of impact. Whether this is an actual impact or Proview trying to get some advantage in negotiating it's position on the iPad moniker. And "Business Insider" home of the incredible Henry Blodget, and sponsor of the China Hearsay blog by Stan Abrams. The...
Given that the timeline and disputes adjudicated and the results of said adjudication are all freely accessible, there is no evidence of bullying, and in fact the final resolution was for Apple Corps to transfer all rights to Apple, Inc., and license the use of those back from Apple, Inc, for an undisclosed amount of money. In doing so (following the settlement of the EMI suit) both Apple Corps and the Beatles' existing and legacy estates gained substantial monetary gain...
later in that same article:PCMag being an unbiased and unimpeachable source of accurate prognostication about Apple products.
There is no content in the original Telegraph article that supports the headline claim - UNLESS you go back to the original August 2010 article, again by the Telegraph, where a group director from iTV was quoted:The fact that it was Engadget article originally that claimed that Apple was changing the name of AppleTV to iTV, only sweetens the irony. Engadget being an unimpeachable source of all credible Apple rumors - and the response of the director to a non-existant name...
Amazing amount of information at their website!
The government, like many corporate organizations are looking at the iPad BECAUSE it has a robust developer toolset, has a controlled app delivery system (including corporate-centric app stores that the general public doesn't get to see), and the gov has already dealt with a number of issues from the Microsoft perspective. Microsoft has to provide onsite support staff for most larger corporate customers with wide Microsoft systems exposure, just to keep the systems up and...
So once Android gutted RIM and Windows Mobile phone marketshare they began a systematic erosion of the feature phone market segment. It looks like Android has now hit the first of the plateaus in the market uptake slope. However, it seems like the iOS phones are using the Android marketshare as a gateway device. And as Android growth slows, the proof of this will become more evident as Apple does to Android what it is doing to the PC market. Apple has demonstrated that...
Cue Google lawyers, initiate patent review. Patent attack in in 3...2...1... This is the core of Google revenue we're talking here. They are not going sit idly by while Apple leverages Wolfram to bypass Google and impact millions of dollars in search-based revenues to go to some upstart Brit scientist with delusions of searchhood. *grin* I'll bet Google lawyers are combing the patents to see where Wolfram can be claimed against even now...
Among my friends less than half of my friends and acquaintances in technology chose an Android, and a small percentage of those were the truly geeky ones - the ones who immediately rooted them and install their own software. The rest who own Android chose them because an iPhone was not available on their carrier (Verizon/Sprint/T-Mobile) and were waiting out their contracts to switch to an iPhone (Verizon/Sprint) or even switch carriers (T-Mob). They chose them based on...
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