Linked by Amjith Ramanujam on Tue 16th Dec 2008 07:02 UTC, submitted by stonyandcher
Apple Microsoft's first-ever iPhone application is a slick photo viewer with a browsing capability that handles a large number of photos on a mobile device screen. The Seadragon mobile application is free through Apple's application store. It a product of Microsoft's Live Labs division, which focuses on developing Web-based technology and applications. Seadragon incorporates the Deep Zoom feature, which is also integrated into Silverlight 2, Microsoft's multimedia tool. It allows a user to quickly magnify a particular area of a photo, regardless of its size.
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RE[9]: And Apple Allowed it!?!?
by dragossh on Wed 17th Dec 2008 09:02 UTC in reply to "RE[8]: And Apple Allowed it!?!?"
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Next time you give a link, please read it:
WebKit was originally derived by Apple Inc. from the Konqueror browser’s KHTML software library for use as the engine of Mac OS X’s Safari web browser

And that's exactly what I said. Apple forked KHTML and made WebKit. Even though it was later adopted by other companies, this still doesn't change the fact that WebKit was made by Apple.

"License doesn't matter.

That's not what Apple is saying to Psystar ...
Stop misquoting me. I said "Apple purchased CUPS => CUPS is owned by Apple. License doesn't matter." It's not the same thing.

You either hate Apple with a passion, just like to troll or your knowledge is flawed. I think it's a combination of the first two.

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