Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 23rd Feb 2012 17:53 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "Jobs called Android a 'stolen product', but theft can be a tricky concept when talking about innovation. The iPhone didn't emerge fully formed from Jobs's head. Rather, it represented the culmination of incremental innovation over decades - much of which occurred outside of Cupertino." Nothing particularly new in there for regular OSNews readers, but still handy to have it in one place.
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as i wrote on a post in the thread , i admit my mistake of the definition of inovation. so i do agree with your original post. sorry for the mistake.

but i do not agree with : " I think it's a very narrow (and arrogantly self-serving) way of thinking about innovation.".

i think that we should stand by the correctness of things and just not say inovation or invention just to conform with what the media or companies say.

but then again, i stand by the gnu/linux slogan and not just linux, so you see from what kind of geek i come from ;)

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