Today it his the news that Apple is subject to yet another Lawsuit, this time it’s a Class action over Apple not implementing a feature that they patented, specifically a lock-out while driving. What are the facts about the filing papers and how much salt should we take them with? The Plaintiff and claim The Plaintiff Julio Ceja of Costa Mesa in Orange County, California says that he was a victim of a female driver who was, according to him, operating her phone while driving and hit the rear of his vehicle. The basis being that she had the … Continue reading SHOW ME THE MONEY Apple’s Lockout Class Action case
An interesting question is, who are the the most interactive, in fact who is most likely to be responsive to another person’s tweet on twitter and what type of person are they? Having been an ex-liberal I had many followers that were very regressive and as I transitioned from slightly left of center to being far more to the right of center than I was ever to the left I tended to notice a difference in the people I interacted with or didn’t interact with. Background Yeah I really need to give a little background to the switch from the … Continue reading Conservative or Liberal, Who’re the most interactive on Twitter?
Recently during a tweet I upset someone that I actually have much respect for Jason Calicanis because I was not as clear with my statement about citation being needed and he took offense. This is to clear up why and when it is important to use cite references to substantiate you claim. At the time of the tweet Jason Calicanis thought that I was derogatory against his tweet with suggested that the ‘start up suggestion’ was as good as the suggestor had thought. In fact it was the quoted tweet which claimed it was and that he was wrong and … Continue reading When it is important to offer up citations or evidence of fact
I’ve written about this before, a long time ago, it is only now that tech news is slowly coming to this realization like lumbering idiots that they are. macOS is becoming legacy software – The Verge While they are still fluttering thinking that it is the end of he Mac lineup they don’t grasp that the reason that the development departments hAve been medged is the same reason that that TMSC is focusing on 5nm chip fabrication for Apple devices. As I pointed out back in Is the Apple Macbook an indicator to Apple’s future Macbook range design? Months ago that the x86 chipset … Continue reading Yes, Apple are making a transition towards Arm Based Mac’s
Some people need an education I don’t mean that as an insult but there are some people that really have misunderstood the meaning of the reference to ‘foreign interference’ in the application of the Electoral College as defined by several of the great statemen that oversaw the creation of the nation of the United States of America. foreign this term was not just a term used to refer to someone from another country but a person from another state, for example if you are from New Jersey, you are foreign to New York, you are not a citizen of that state … Continue reading No the word foreign today is not what the word foreign meant in the top the Electoral College
Background In 2006 Eric Schmidt was elected to the board of Apple, now as a board member he very likely didn’t have direct access to the prototype iPhone but is it possible that he had enough access to be a mole for Google who he was directly linked to at the same time as their Chairman. Was it possible? It is highly likely that during the late developemenf of the iPhone the design was shown to the board. After all entering a totally new market is something that they could possibly feel agrieved at not being informed. They certainly … Continue reading Was Eric Schmidt while at Apple a spy for Google?
Just a day or two ago Apple released an update that removes the indicator showing how much time remained before the battery expires on the MacBook Pro. Why did they do it and why was it an error to include it in the first place. This really as the biggest design error that Apple have made with the MacBook Pro, you see the information it supplies can only ever be an estimate at best and it guaranteed to fluctuate. We can compare the time left indicator as being the same to ‘Miles to Empty’ indicator on a vehicles dashboard status … Continue reading Why the Time Remaining Indicator on the MacBook Pro was a huge design mistake by Apple