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Poachers' Protection

The Poachers are bad. They make harm to the enviornment, killing defenseless animals, standing on th verge of extinction and thus contribute to the overall deterioration of the ecological conditions we live in.

But there's one area of life where poaching is regarded as a highly positive thing and e... (read more)

 

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Can it get creepier? A Steve Jobs' $100 doll for devoted Apple fans.

I mean our world gone mad, but I think this is a little creepier than the usual creepy stuff we discover everyday.

A Steve Jobs doll, complete with three pairs of hands (in various poses) and a pair of white sneakers, will no longer see the light of day after pressure from Apple lawyers and Jobs' family forced its maker to abandon next month's launch.

Check out the entire article here. I just think it is extremely creepy, but yet again, this is my opinion.

 

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The Indonesian Apple

Sometimes I wonder who could want to buy BlackBerry phones in 2011. The Canadian devices with the QWERTY-keypad and ruthlessly crashing cloud servies, feel irreversibly obsolete in the age of touchscreens and Google almost perfectly relible cloud.

Nevertheless, it proves to be wrong for the the dev... (read more)

 

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The Jolly Facebook

It is not only the anti-globalist and other leftist movements who defend the web-piracy. Last week saw a very rare event, as Facebook, Google, AOL, LinkedIn, EBay, Mozilla, and Yahoo! sent a protest note to the U.S. Senate.

Well, to be honest, the tech giants are protesting not against fighting the... (read more)

 

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Another Battle for Germany

It has been announced today that Motorola has won its suit against Apple. The Landesgericht Mannheim has legally forbidden to Cook&Co to sell any devices, violating the Motorola patent rights.

For those uninformed, Motorola Mobility has been acquired by Google, so the lawsuit was just a battle in ... (read more)

 

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The Key to the Mystery

I remember myself wondering a couple of weeks ago, what '4S' in the new Apple phone's name mean. You know, it sounds a bit ambiguous, to say the least… Or not so respectful for Apple's potential customers, who the phone is supposed to be designed for (nudge-nudge).

That mystery would have remained ... (read more)

 

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Figures

19 days since Steve Jobs died.

Steve Jobs

20 days since iPhone 4S was introduced.

iPhone 4S

10 years since iPod was introduced.

iPod

25 years since Apple was established.

Apple Inc

400 years of evolution from 'methinks' to 'iPhone'.

Jean Lucques Picard

 

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Business as Usual

„The Data Frame“: that was the motto of Web 2.0 Summit that ended yesterday in San Francisco.

The Big Shots, heads of almost all biggest IT-monsters in the world, gathered at the Palace Hotel of Fog City to discuss the latest trends of the industry, condemn the rivals' failures, and brag about their own success... (read more)

 

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Is iPhone Really 4S?

Who could have foreseen that Apple's servers would be overloaded after the iPhone 4s and iOS 5 sales launch? Not Apple.

Many of the company's new products purchasers in Europe are complaining about problems with updating their operating systems and activation of the newly acquired Cupertino gadgets... (read more)