So. Like George Bush...
It's full of shit.
2934 posts • joined 16 Jul 2007
It's full of shit.
Space space space
Wanna be in space
Which doubtless is tied to your iShop account and every single other thing you do.
All silo'd within Apple for certain.
And how transparent is this process made to the end user? How clearly and unambiguously is this behaviour outlined to them so that they may make an informed choice on opt-out?
Oh. Optout probably renders your jesus-thing useless for most of its 'popular' functionality.
He agreed to bias in favour of Apple. When handed the device he apparently said
OH WOW! OH WOW! OH WOW!
To go vs apple
I was thinking that but, this is slightly different as it's not so much drawing attention to that which you want hidden which is the Streisand Effect as I understand it.
I move to coin the term 'The Apple Effect' whereby you damage your own prospects by setting out to damage those of others, a subtle difference and an irony I'm very happy to see beginning to take effect in a truly karmic manner.
With Honeycomb or ICS installed...
That WOULD be attractive...
The majors make way too much on 'breakage' on physical media and I don't believe the expense of running a building full of lawyers at full steam has yet outweighed the cost of changing business model for them.
As said above though, fuck paying anything over bottom dollar for a lossy format. Mind you a good chunk of the crap that gets churned out is probably made with MP3-Super-Fly-Guy-Deck-DJ Free Edition and 3 crap VST plugins anyway, so it's lossy to start with ;o)
What's the betting they developed some godawful arcane DRM thing they're expecting manufacturers to fit to their gear to support it, demonstrating they STILL don't get life in the 3rd Millennium.
Sounds a little like a static warp bubble.
I demand someone use this alpha effect to make warp speed now!
Calderon is offering the settlement as opposed to crapple trying to get him to settle for a lucrative gag order which I would deem far more likely.
I think the main point is that the sacked guy posted it with intentionally restricted privacy, something I think the court failed to give enough weight to.
Had it been an open post then it'd be a non-issue.
"Buy an iphone4s - the battery life is shit but we're working on it."
Two. Way. Street.
Wouldn't sacked guy have a case for intentional harm against lick-arse guy?
The argument that sacked guy knew crapple's policy on free speech also applies to lick-arse guy as he'd have known this would cause trouble for sacked guy. Hence intent.
Loss of earnings, emotional distress and costs, methinks.
Hope sacked guy is reading.
Apple products are overpriced shit and it's hilarious how we can bilk the slavering Pavlovian fanbois for cash at every single product rev. Plus we stole all our ideas from Samsung.
... here's hoping
The data will still flow to a US server which the EU has been assured by all and mendacious US sundry that DP laws will be observed while EU purchasing habits are sold to US companies which have operating bases in the EU.
Fucked all the same.
YOU'RE USING THE BATTERY THE WRONG WAY
Still FAIL though
That Fanbois should be renamed FailBois
Cos every Apple update so far seems to have contained a fuckup-101 which, considering they have total control of the hardware should never happen.
Fail. Boys. (or 'Still Amateurs', your choice)
This passed the 'is not utterly fucking obvious' test???
The sooner USPTO causes the US Economy to collapse under its own stupidity the better.
By the sound of it
I killed Farcebook running on my HTC Desire and reverted al its updates and wiped its data and cache. Why?
Because every time I use it the serially untrustworthy social network causes the GPS icon to come up on my phone.
Thank you for showing me Android. Fuck you, Facebook for doing it without asking me first, every single time.
Maybe it *is* cheaper to use lawsuits to damage other companies' business after all.
Unless they backfire on you, at least.
Coming from Steve Ballmer, the only thing in the universe currently able to do more damage to Microsoft Corp than Windows Vista.
Is there a superhero called Darwin..?
You're all going off at a tangent
The WBC loons forgot to point out that God Hates Haters too...
The US patent system is so broken that it's actually a startup business model now?
Because there really are no expletives currently robust enough in the English language.
Maybe 'Patent Troll' itself should become the world's rudest insult, akin to 'Belgium in the Hitchhiker's Guide.
But then, what would you call a patent troll...? A *&%$&^%$&*"%, presumably!
Unless you think you should be able to make phone calls from a Canon D5 maybe
They do have the right to restrict access to their gaming network however they see fit :o/
If they're charging, say, 3k per site and Marriott have 100 sites.. I'd think 300k would be worth making a call to the legal dept before stumping up a cheque...
It only take Marriott & Holiday Inn, et al to have a word with each other and split costs for further savings, too...
These trolls are fkd... if not they should be. With something rusty.
Can't help thinking that would have been better :o)
Top banana all the same!
No, I don't mean my arse is a mistake I mean
Ohhh you bloody well know what I mean :oD
You're a winner!
You may choose from :
An Aston Martin
Seriously, what moron would pick the poxy phone.
Sesto - Flippin' Elemento, mate, all the way! :oD (Should that be Sesto EloMental ?)
Cos they need something to put in the iphony 6 so all the OCD upgraders will buy it
Iiiiiii'd rather be a sparrow than a snaaaiiiiilll
Do T-Mobile or Verizon currently provide iThings in Americaland?
What a serendipitous time to re-think that. Worldwide, even.
and VHS also outsold Betamax
"a patch introduced by OpenSSL in 2002 to fix this very vulnerability was turned off because it introduced incompatibilities in software from Microsoft."
"This vuln should have been closed 9 years ago but wasn't because M$ couldn't fix their shit"?
Really????? Not that I'm surprised, mind you, but a public apology from Microsoft would still be nice, just because they'd hate to have to make it.
1. Can buy another handset and all my stuff works so long as it's Android
2. Really don't want to be associated with the demographic that buys apple stuff
That's not consumer loyalty, it's the pain of moving away from a poor (imho) choice outweighing doing the moving.
There's quite a few appleistas in my current client's co have have looked at my Desire HD and said, hey, actually, that's a pretty nice phone, how well do you get along with it ? And these are gfx designers, hardcore appleistas.
One look at that diagram kinda says 'Sucks to be Apple, next year', seeing as they've pissed off most of those co's already.
Cos their chips are rectangular with ickle roundy corners
It will likely force Apple to reveal design specs to peove (in apple's eyes) that they don't infirnge.
You know how apple hates spec leakge.
Then Samsung will probably wave some wireless patent at apple and tell them to go away and either write a very big cheque or stop making stuff that infringes their patents. Which is anything but a desktop computer and maybe the laptops.
Do you really think people like Samsung don't think sh*t through first or is that the best YOU could come up with ?
If anyone's been a bit hard of thinking it would seem (currently) to be apple themselves for thinking these tech giants would roll over on their say-so.
I think the phrase is 'countersuing' .. e.g. Apple started it.
Paddy Brendan O'Brien ?
Don't you have to profit from it to be a Pirate?
In fact isn't it not-illegal to just download something (and not redistribute it)?
Yeah, old point, I know... coat grabbed
"The copyright-holders argue that the law hasn't kept pace with technology"
*ahem* outdated business model *ahem*
or they'd have to make a vegetarian version...
Good. Another complete shower that can fuck right off.
Shame they can't take the MAFIAA with them.
UK readers got the image of that unlovely fat bloke from the %4000+ APR advert, now? Good ;o)
Still a payday is a payday and is likely a small bill for Apple compared to whatever paywalled-garden-ness apple want to build into their MicrosoftCloud.
And probably a result for icloud, to be honest.