Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 13th Sep 2012 22:24 UTC, submitted by yoni
Apple "Apple is one of the most secretive companies on the planet, so the Apple-Samsung trial was fascinating in that it lifted the veil of secrecy that typically shrouds Apple's operations. From marketing budgets to photos of never-before-seen iPhone prototypes, the evidence introduced at trial gave the world an unprecedented glimpse into the inner workings of Apple." Lots of stuff we already knew, but Yoni Heisler ties it all together nicely.
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RE[3]: Comment by Laurence
by Laurence on Sat 15th Sep 2012 13:12 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by Laurence"
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*know = now

Just to add, I will concede that the iPhone's browser had the best interface at the time.

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RE[4]: Comment by Laurence
by gsyoungblood on Mon 17th Sep 2012 06:14 in reply to "RE[3]: Comment by Laurence"
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Today I say Android has the best browsing experience.

I love how I can zoom in to make small text readable, quick double tap and the page column rewraps so I only have to scroll vertically to read the content.

WP7 and iOS both fall way short, requiring panning left to right and vertically to read if you zoom in beyond natural column margins.

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RE[5]: Comment by Laurence
by henderson101 on Mon 17th Sep 2012 08:57 in reply to "RE[4]: Comment by Laurence"
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Personally, I find no difference between the way Chrome on Android and Safari on iOS handles zooming of text. They both do it slightly differently, but similarly enough for this to be a NOP for me. The legacy Android browser is no yardstick - it's effectively obsolete on the Nexus 7, and requires quite a bit of subtle hackery to install.

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