10 posts • joined 6 Dec 2011
And now those smoking remains are buying the dregs of another disastrous merger. Short termist capitalism has been a disaster for the European market.
A deal to buy Alcatel-Lucent was concluded, when it actually was. Nokia phone OS is going to either kick a*** or disappear quickly. I'd bet on the former as it's well time Android has some competition at its price point.
On 5.1 rooted, stock. That said it's better than 5.0.
A CEO's job is not to create shareholder value. It's to run a company well. ALU has had a hard time with that and this merger looks as disastrous as the last one. At least Bell Labs gets to live.
Why in the name of Jupiter are there still separate national space agencies in 2012? What kind of dystopian future is this?
MS drops Metro and goes with the interface in this clip. You can still call up the Desktop by drawing it all with your finger.
Apple just patented a new kind of keyboard engineering and design. So this article is only half joke. The Reg is snark but it has bark.
It's not really a "French" issue since the CNIL was mandated by Brussels to carry out this work for the entire EU. Their letter is pretty much on point, EU legally speaking.
Also, shameless self-promotion of my legal commentary website:
bite at the apple.
The content industry will never learn--they've been at this since audio cassettes and the VCR.
And MSFT will collect a royalty on each license of Panhandler (tm)?
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