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Apple Whines about Software Patents Some More
on Mon 11th Jul 2011 21:34 UTC, submitted by
about a bunch of software patents again. Go cry in a corner, Jobs. Either find a strategy that counters the rise of Android, or just suck it up and be a man about it. Oh, HTC is the target this time around. Again. Whatever.
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on Tue 12th Jul 2011 14:31 UTC in reply to "
...as opposed to your incessant whining about money?
The cold and harsh facts from reality are this: despite years of talk from Apple fanboys about how the Android Market would never reach the levels of popularity the iOS App Store has, the fact is that the Android Market is incredibly packed - App Store-like profits or no.
Your argument is theory. My argument is reality.
That doesn't then include the lack of quality free applications - I can log onto the AppStore and see my bank offering me an application (ASB Bank), the ebay equivalent in NZ called 'TradeMe' offering a iOS application, a television guide that allows me to setup my set top box to record the shows I like (SkyTV) etc. etc. You tell me about the thousands of applications that are available and I'll be my bottom dollar most of their are pointless shit that are of no use to me or the system requirements are high enough which exclude a good portion of end users anyway!
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