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Google to pay $32.5M as jury sides with Sonos on patent lawsuitplymouthpatsfan said:this reminds me.. how did they get away with ripping off Java again?
The Android Open Source Project (AOSP) makes use of this same ruling to provide a programmatically-equivalent version of the Android OS... but they can't implement Google's Play Store code on it because that remains closed-source code. Since the vast majority of apps are on the Google Play store, you need to jump through several hoops as a user to obtain and install apps for a phone with AOSP and you miss out on the security and functionality updates from Google until the AOSP crew can recreate them.
Yet more proof that idealists don't do too well in a capitalist system.
Apple's headset will need killer apps & services to be successfulthethirdshoe said:4) My wife had surgery a couple of days ago. I'm sitting there watching the nurses shove around paperwork, typing stuff into the monitor that was in the room. It looked so primitive. One had to pull out a calculator to determine the rate for the saline drip. That is all going to go away within 10 years.
Then you've got to deal with the policies and procedures relating to information access and storage (e.g. "does this person have permission to view/edit the details of this patient?"), meaning a review has to be conducted by someone who has insufficient time available already... the institutional inertia is another factor.
I hope your wife has a speedy recovery.
Fopo S17 triple monitor review: Portable but precarious
Stop us if you've heard this before: There's a new Apple Silicon killer in townbulk001 said:Funny that the results were not so nebulous that you could write a whole article on it now. Why the rush to judgement? Why not just wait till machines with the new AMD chip are released and then you know, report actual results? Crazy idea right?
If you're buying a laptop today or in the next few months, Apple remains the performance leader in general computing tasks. If you can wait six months, re-evaluate then.
macOS targeted by evasive crypto-jacking malwareappleinsideruser said:Er, what about the fact MacOS blocks the app from running, but lets the malware install ok? That could be better!