They can still manage to monetize Mac's OS. They do still sell office and other products for Mac. M$'s problem with Linux is that they can't sell software for it, so they have no potential way to generate revenue from it. Can you really see them doing their own di$tro?
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DOH!"After blaming Apple's iPhone for its wireless networking problems, Duke University said earlier today that it hadn't been able to pinpoint what the problem was. Now, it has been confirmed that a Cisco wireless access point was at fault for the networking issues. "Cisco worked closely with Duke and Apple to identify the source of this problem, which was caused by a Cisco-based network issue," said Cisco in a statement provided to Macworld. "Cisco has provided a fix that has been applied to Duke's network and the problem has not occurred since." In a statement posted to the universities Web site late Friday Tracy Futhey, Duke's chief information officer, said that "Earlier reports that this was a problem with the iPhone in particular have proved to be inaccurate."
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Oops! Shame on Duke's IT people for going public with hastily drawn conclusion and blaming Apple for "one-way communication"."Duke University is taking a softer stance on the cause of its wireless networking problems on Friday. Earlier in the week Duke administrators put the blame squarely on Apple's iPhone, but a report due today from the university may exonerate the iPhone. "We are presently looking into it and we have not been able to conclusively pinpoint where the problem is," said Julian Lombardi, assistant vice president of academic services technology support for Duke University. "We hope to have a resolution in the next few hours."
The update can be obtained via Apple's Software Update mechanism, or directly from the Safari download site [apple.com].
The release notes on MacInTouch don't credit anyone with the discovery of the issues, but the notes say that Apple is actively seeking security input:
"As with all our products, we encourage security researchers to report issues to email@example.com.