Why else would they be permitted to sue countries/governments over alleged threats to their 'perceived potential profits' due to new laws (such as environment protections laws that might forbid those companies from operating under these new laws) passed by said countries.
and continually evolve our codec to work around or avoid those patents
Really sad that one has to work *around* a patent - so much for patents encouraging innovation, at least not the 'get-around-it' kind.
Looking for specifics will usually results in useless irrelevant results. (Yes, 'NSTableView' will result in NSTableView results, but searching for specific problems about NSTableView will give you a bunch of iOS specific uselessness).
"They try very hard to present me with what they think I'm searching for instead of what I'm actually searching for.
Tell me about it!
Search for something like NSTableView, it give you back results for UITableView (since it thinks that because there's more links with 'UITableView', then golly gee, you therefore must really mean that, don't you?)
Steve Gibson agrees with me.
I disagree. If it's for your own stuff, it's more of a trailer.
A trailer is simply and ad for some other movie/show than what I'm currently watching.
New systems generate new problems.