Why try to poke holes in something that could result in renewable energy? Aren't there more problems to be found in oil spills, fracking, etc?
When you cannot run anything on anything unless it's been vetted by a corporation first. That's the real issue here. There will not be a market of alternate devices that are able to run unvetted applications. Whether Apple is particularly dickish in their take on this inevitable future, is a minor point.
Until you can have an encrypted connection to someone's brain, it can be pirated.
Renewables alone are going to be insufficient for the world's energy needs.
The energy needs of a world with no more people could easily be covered by renewables.
Scientists should study the sociology of climate change denialism.
So that sort of undermines their credibility in judging other people's work on the basis of usability, doesn't it? Also, the App store search is essentially broken. They should get their own house in order.
Why doesn't the Koch group advocate for anti-trust action against the telcos? That's a thing they could also be doing.
Someday we might be able to roll back to an earlier version.
Just read the review - they mention the gold connectors. Definite Audiophile wank red flag.
Then justice will actually be served when even the corporate leaders starve
Love how you think Greenspan made a mistake. If you think I'm being pedantic, you are very wrong.
So the article uses the fact that a company made a profit against them, when it made the profit by firing people - but it's an article against firing people? Isn't it also a tacit acknowledgement that firing people helps the bottom line?
They can shape the DRM space by refusing to accommodate it. Anything else is de facto acceptance of it.