SI
SI
discoversearch

 Technology Stocks | Apple Inc.


Previous 10 | Next 10 
To: Tumbleweed who wrote (130783)4/12/2012 1:56:33 PM
From: Cogito
1 Recommendation   of 176583
 
>>So, as you see, you think incorrect, rather than different :-)<<


I acknowledge my mistake, and I thank you and Slacker for correcting me.

Share Recommend | Keep | Reply | Mark as Last Read


To: Cogito who wrote (130787)4/12/2012 2:01:17 PM
From: slacker711
5 Recommendations   of 176583
 


I have said it before, but you dont know how internet arguments work. You arent supposed to acknowledge that you might have been wrong! Double down on your original position so we can continue the argument for another week or so. Name calling gets you bonus points ;-).

Slacker

Share Recommend | Keep | Reply | Mark as Last Read | Read Replies (1)


To: Moonray who wrote (130781)4/12/2012 2:06:17 PM
From: shlurker
   of 176583
 
GOOG mail is also doing that, requiring a non-GOOG email addy.

Share Recommend | Keep | Reply | Mark as Last Read


From: Moonray4/12/2012 2:11:07 PM
   of 176583
 
Apple likely to win in federal price fixing case on e-books

Experts are saying that Apple is likely to emerge victorious from a Department of Justice case regarding price fixing on e-books.

Apple was accused of conspiring to fix and raise prices on e-books along with five major publishers. The DOJ has been investigating the issue since last year and officially
filed its lawsuit yesterday. The entire filing is included below, and since its filing,
sixteen U.S. states have joined the suit.

Last year, Apple switched its pricing structure with publishers to an agency model, allowing those publishers to set their own prices on e-books while giving Apple a standard cut of the revenue. However, the deal also stipulates that e-books sold through the iTunes store cannot be sold at a lower price anywhere else on the Internet.

A cadre of law professors has explained to Cnet reporters that precedents for the DOJ’s case may actually give Apple the upper hand.

More at: venturebeat.com

o~~~ O

Share Recommend | Keep | Reply | Mark as Last Read


To: slacker711 who wrote (130789)4/12/2012 2:12:53 PM
From: Cogito
   of 176583
 
LOL

Share Recommend | Keep | Reply | Mark as Last Read


From: Moonray4/12/2012 2:16:36 PM
1 Recommendation   of 176583
 
Apple Patent Would Let You Build Apps Without Coding Know-How

You probably don't have the next Yelp on your hands, but you might have a killer idea, with no clue where to get started. But Apple wants to help you out. A new patent revealsthat it could be cooking up an authoring tool that would let you build iOS apps, even if you don't know code.

More at: gizmodo.com

o~~~ O

Share Recommend | Keep | Reply | Mark as Last Read | Read Replies (2)


To: Moonray who wrote (130793)4/12/2012 2:18:52 PM
From: Lahcim Leinad
   of 176583
 
Now that is awesome! Can't wait!

Share Recommend | Keep | Reply | Mark as Last Read | Read Replies (1)


To: Lahcim Leinad who wrote (130794)4/12/2012 2:23:45 PM
From: Moonray
   of 176583
 
Now that is awesome! Can't wait!

May NOT be patentable. In any case you'll HAVE to wait. Sorry!! ( :-)

o~~~ O

Share Recommend | Keep | Reply | Mark as Last Read | Read Replies (1)


From: Moonray4/12/2012 2:26:34 PM
1 Recommendation   of 176583
 
Intel VP: Ivy Bridge processor is built for ‘Retina display’ computers
Jake Smith Apple Inc
share this
4 Comments
April 12, 2012 at 10:41 am


At the Intel Developer Forum that took place yesterday, Intel’s VP and GM of the PC Client Group Kirk Skaugen revealed ( 14:30 mark) that Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge Processor is built for Retina display computers, “if OEMs choose to use it.”

‘Retina display’ is a marketing term coined by Apple to describe a screen where you can’t discern pixels at an average usage distance with 20/20 vision. It is curious that Intel’s VP used an Apple term to describe high density computer displays for the broader market.

Apple is set to use Intel’s Ivy Bridge processor in its next line Macs, making it an opportune time for to introduce its Retina display technology into the Mac line. The Ivy Bridge processor, without help from discrete graphics processors, can power 2560×1600 displays (as Skaugen said), which is four times the current resolution found in the 13? MacBook Pro. That would look pretty good on 13-inch displays of Apple’s Pro/Air.

Apple’s bigger, high end notebooks have typically had help from discrete graphics processors. To make bigger displays “Retina”, Apple would likely need to add more GPU processing power.

Read more

o~~~ O

Share Recommend | Keep | Reply | Mark as Last Read


From: ggamer4/12/2012 2:30:57 PM
   of 176583
 
Does GOOG earnings announcement after the close impact AAPL stock in any way?

Share Recommend | Keep | Reply | Mark as Last Read | Read Replies (2)
Previous 10 | Next 10 

Copyright © 1995-2014 Knight Sac Media. All rights reserved.Stock quotes are delayed at least 15 minutes - See Terms of Use.