Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 23rd Sep 2009 13:25 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems We have a new chapter in the Palm Pre and iTunes saga. We all remember that the Pre could sync with iTunes, but that Apple wasn't particularly keen on this. The Cupertino company issued an iTunes which intentionally broke Pre syncing, but Palm retorted by re-enabling it not long after. Palm also sent a complaint to the USB Implementers Forum about Apple's behaviour, but the USB-IF squarely sides with Apple.
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Because if Apple gets Microsoft like market share then may god help us all. there would be no choice. Apple and the Apple's apologists would love to see us all forced to use apple products. You Apple apologists and trolls would love to see nothing but Apple products in the market place. I say SCREW Apple and the Apple trolls who jump and any chance to defend everything that Apple does yet scream when any other company does what Apple does. Its blatant hypocrisy. Its OK for apple to be anticompetitive but not OK for anyone else to do the same. Apple is a DRACONIAN company. The hate competition and you people are OK with their scummy practices.

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