Yes but this is considered boring by the drones of reviewers that quit before the trial is up. The midas 'get something for nothing' attitude is prevalent here. Why Do people really expect to become the unstoppable uber miner/missioner/pvp'er during the trial?
PHPNerd writes: When an attorney at a legal ceremony last month explained how to use the H1-B visa program to hire foreign high tech workers instead of Americans, it got YouTubed, quite naturally. But when Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Lamar Smith (R-Texas) took a peek, it really went viral. Frightening for sure.
NewYorkCountryLawyer writes: "Tanya Andersen, the disabled single mother in Oregon who had been defending herself against baseless copyright infringement allegations by the RIAA for almost two years, until the RIAA finally dropped its case against her, has filed a lawsuit for malicious prosecution, Andersen v. Atlantic. Included as defendants in the complaint (pdf), in addition to the record companies, are the RIAA itself, Safenet (which owns MediaSentry), and Settlement Support Center LLC."
Enuratique writes: The San Francisco Gate reports indications Apple is considering a small rebate anywhere between $50 and $150 for its upcoming iPhone. Despite long resisting the industry practice of subsidizing new phones, Apple may concede in return for a revenue sharing bounty with AT&T.
From the article: Shaw Wu of American Technology Research reported today that his sources say Apple is considering a rebate or subsidy for the phone in the range of $50 to $150. That would put the iPhone around the $350 to $550 mark, depending on the version. Still expensive but more palatable.