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"In Youtube’s early days, its founders “willfully ignored infringement” to help the site maintain its torrential growth. Instead they only wanted to give the “perception” they were concerned with posting copyrighted material while keeping “truckloads” of “copyrighted content” that could be located through simple searches."
Are you saying that what Viacom stated in the lawsuit is what really happened? Because I think that the ruling was a little different from what you try to accuse Youtube.
1 week, 3 days ago on The GoldieBlox playbook: Imitate Youtube and Samsung
" Some of the app’s features — the drawing and re-sizing capabilities mentioned above — were clearly designed with Samsung’s products in mind"
This is bullshit
1 month, 4 weeks ago on This is why Android users can’t have nice things
@nathanielmott @SteveAustin1 DoJ investigated Amazon ebook division a found nothing illegal, the division has been profitable since day one.
By the way, you can read other vendor's ebooks on a Kindle.
3 months, 1 week ago on Every ebook iOS Kindle app users buy will allow Amazon to slap Apple
@KenG I find extremely naive that people thinks that a company may have develop a product just because there are rumors that other company is doing it
8 months, 2 weeks ago on Wrist envy: Can Sundar Pichai and his smartwatch finally give Google hardware cred?
As shocking it can be, there is a whole world outside USA. Ups, a whole world where unlocked devices are more common, where there is a good HDSPA+ coverage and no LTE and where Ma Bell or Big Red doesn't exist.
1 year, 1 month ago on The Nexus 4 is a warning: If you’re going Android, you’re following the carriers’ rules
@FarhadManjoo I don't know if iOS makes more or less revenue. The fact is that the numbers you posted were wrong.
Ah, and the Google representative didn't said that 2/3 of web searches came from iOS. At least, don't read only the Apple site and listen and what she really said.
1 year, 2 months ago on Mapgate Is Over. Apple Won. Customers Won. Google, Not So Much.
"The iPhone, not Android, is Google’s most important mobile platform. The company has admitted that it makes more in ads on the iPhone than it does on Android devices. When Asymco’s Horace Dediu tried to estimate the difference, he came up with a vast gulf—Google makes about $6 annually on each iPhone, compared to less than $2 for each Android, Dediu says."
Well, all the article is totally ridiculous. Perhaps was Tim Cook who wrote it?
It is funny, a post about styli and the only devices mentioned are Apple devices. Perhpas the Samsung Note devices don't exists in someone's world
1 year, 5 months ago on Don’t Laugh, the Stylus Is Coming Back
@gerokeller @JoeSC Exactly, the trarget of Chrome OS is not the people, but GAPPS clients like business, government agencies and education centers.
1 year, 5 months ago on Going Google: Is Chrome OS a Viable Product?
Amazon only waves the cost if downloaded through 3G connection
1 year, 5 months ago on Amazon Charges “Gigantic” Data Fees To Authors, Whiny Bitches Report
"This could in part be because I’m just not used to the design, or it could be because it is actually poorly laid out. Whatever the reason, it’s a problem other people are going to run into, as nearly everyone uses iTunes as their main offline music player, and this is a cheap imitation of iTunes."
If you claim that nearly everyone uses iTunes then you are the one to blame, not Google Music poorly laid out
1 year, 6 months ago on Going Google: The Cloud is Horribly Quiet