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Monday, July 25, 2011

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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 29, 10:41 PM
    Don't be daft, Samsung are the suppliers because they gave the best price.

    Samsung will also be locked into supply contracts anyway, and they interfered with them, Samsung would be in a world of hurt, not just from Apple and litigation, but every other company they supply.

    And don't you believe there aren't alternatives for Apples component supplies either - every company that can build something that Samsung already does has been on the phone this week to Apple.

    The end result in all of this is that Samsung are putting at risk an $8bn turnover for copying a customers phone design.

    Even if Samsung win any of these suits, Samsung will lose the $8bn turnover, and will hand their component rivals the same amount.

    The question at the end of the day is whether the Galaxy/Tab/S/S2 are really worth $8bn a year - which they aren't.

    So who loses? Samsung every time.

    Heres the clue - never sue your customer.

    And you are just proving how little you understand the market in that area.
    You forget that those parts Samsung supplies there is a SHORTAGE of them on the open market. Apple can not afford to loose Samsung because no one else has the production to replace them. It would cost Apple a lot more money to replace them. Samsung on the other had because of the shortage sell for a greater amount to other companies.

    Apple may be a first tear buying in that area but they still are a minor player in terms of over all buyers. Samsung is a major player in that market.

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  • boxingtom
    Apr 28, 06:41 AM
    well i was wondering to download lord of the ring on my :apple:pple imac but will it run on it???:confused:

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    Apr 25, 06:52 AM
    I'd imagine this is what you are looking for.



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    Apr 19, 05:10 PM


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    Jun 12, 06:07 AM
    I'm not so fussed about any photos of it or demo models just so long as they announce it IS happening and what to expect.
    Hoping for backwards compatibility (A FLAMING MUST!), better PSN integration, UMD+internal memory and a second analogue stick.

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  • braddouglass
    Apr 6, 03:29 PM
    12 PB... that's like, what?... 1,200,000,000 songs? hahahaha

    OR uhhh just a guess? 12,000,000 HD Movies?


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    Dec 27, 05:52 AM
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  • tigres
    Mar 27, 03:51 PM
    I do understand law.

    In civil court....you are correct. In criminal court...no dice. In a criminal court the prosector has to prove that the defendant has violated the LETTER OF LAW. Clearly the seller didn't in this case.

    Civil court judges have much more freedom to interpret law (and intent) than criminal.

    I think the seller did violate the law.

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  • I3eXa
    Dec 1, 10:46 AM
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    Feb 7, 09:01 PM
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    I think OS X 10.3 *is* a good, free spyware prevention program. :p

    Do you really think you have spyware? Or ummm, do you want your Mac to wear a hazmat suit and go hunting for spyware on your PC? :o

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    Sep 10, 03:50 PM
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  • Sydde
    Mar 20, 10:41 PM
    No. If you take a life, you get to sit in a small dark room for 23,5 out of 24 hours of each day for the rest of your life. You will not be able to kill yourself, you will have to endure the absolute solitude. (EDIT: This is pretty much only for premeditated stuff, if you ask me)
    But what does "premeditated" mean? If I grab a gun, walk across the street and dispatch my neighbor for no apparent reason, was that premeditated? I had to think about it beforehand, from the point of picking up the gun. How about a poker game, where one of the players gets pissed off and kills one of the others for apparently cheating? At some point, the killer had to decide to do it. Given no personal threat at hand, there is a decision point. Right up to the consummation of the act, the killer has the opportunity to decide not to end a life. Be it a month ago, working up an elaborate plan, 5 minutes beforehand, or in the instant the finger squeezes the trigger, premeditation accompanies any deliberate murder. If it is not an accident, it is premeditated, to what extent that is makes little/no difference.
    Despite what you, I, or a victim's family might want, incarceration is not punishment. Incarceration is the protection of the public.
    Because criminal punishment is simply ineffective. From a perspective of behavioral science, negative reinforcement only works if it is directly and irrevocably linked directly to the action. When the dynamic involves avoiding being caught rather than avoiding the action itself, the relationship between action and consequence breaks down, rendering punishment useless at best. As a result, the only real punishment factor in our justice system is retribution, which I think is a net negative.

    Prisons, therefore, have no business trying to mete out punishment by making convicts miserable. It serves no useful purpose and I believe is actually counterproductive in that it breeds resentment toward society in the heart of the prisoner. Everything we do to make the prisoner (who may be released at some point) miserable reduces the likelihood that they can successfully rejoin society. The more problematic ex-cons are, the more money we waste on the system.

    Now, I also believe that there are individuals who are wholly incapable of being rehabilitated. Some will simply have to spend their lives behind bars because they are too unstable. In some cases, psychiatric treatment might help, but supervision would be called for. If a fraction of the population can realistically be expected to remain confined for life, we could at least consider setting up facilities in which they would be able to do enough work to make up for their expense. The justice system desperately needs to address its impracticalities.

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    Aug 19, 11:47 AM
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  • makefunnyfaces
    Apr 5, 05:20 PM
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  • iphonecrazyful
    Oct 9, 03:15 PM
    hmm... laggy?

    i think it must have been my phone its ok now :(


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  • Kawaraxa
    Apr 12, 08:32 AM
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  • reubs
    Apr 21, 10:06 AM


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  • arn
    Nov 28, 08:02 PM
    er... ok, help pages no longer world writable. :)

    that wasn't intentional anyhow


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    Doctor Q
    Aug 23, 02:03 AM
    I just noticed that your avatar is 46,648 bytes, over the limit of 40,000 for the contest. :(

    Apr 14, 07:23 AM
    I hear what you are saying, and I certainly didn't mean to imply that I'm not guilty of the same things. I've been using "gay" as a negative adjective for 30 years, like a lot of other people. But every time I do it, I think of what my very close gay friends would say about me using it that way. Whether they specifically would be offended by it is one thing, but the point is that it just isn't right to commandeer that word and use it as an insult or detractor when there really is no reason that it should be.
    Where it gets interesting is that "gay" as a descriptor came into fashion when "queer" was deemed too possibly offensive. I wouldn't be surprised, if we were to move past "gay" as a parallel pejorative, some other word would pop up to take its place.

    In this case, maybe you, me, and all of us need to work on changing pop culture and getting it out of a grade-school mentality. As long as Kobe was fined because he did a piss-poor job of acting professionally and as a role model rather than just "hurting the ref's feelings," that's a start.
    Pop culture has that lowest common denominator appeal about it; that's why it's popular. Good luck on raising that bar. But let's not kid ourselves here - he was fined for PC reasons, albeit trivially so given the size of his paychecks. Otherwise, we wouldn't be seeing half of the NBA tripping over themselves to issue statements and apologies and conduct investigations.

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