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    Apple, assuntos gerais

    Fica aqui o topico para falar de assuntos mais gerais da Apple.

    Yahoo and Microsoft Compete to Become Apple’s Default Search Engine



    As Google Search’s contract with Apple nears its end, Yahoo and Microsoft are both vying to replace it as Safari’s default search engine. Yahoo have already stepped into the vacant spot Google left at Firefox, becoming their search engine of choice, and now another lucrative partnership is due for negotiation when Google’s agreement with apple expires next year.
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    Última edição de Jorge-Vieira : 26-11-14 às 11:32
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    A MS e a Apple andam de mão dada ultimamente. Parece que fizeram as pazes e uniram-se contra o inimigo comum, a Google. E que unidas destruam essa empresa maléfica hahaha

    Deve vir a ser o Bing a escolha. Já é em tudo menos no Safari. Vamos esperar para ver.

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    Foi a MS que salvou a Apple há quase uma década atrás, com uma boa injecção de dinheiro.
    Não fosse a relação entre o Steve Jobs e o Gates e hoje a Apple já não existia.

    EDIT: Corrigi o erro. FOi a MS que salvou a Apple.
    Última edição de Winjer : 27-11-14 às 10:47

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    Se foi a relação com o Gates que salvou a Apple... Deve ter sido a MS e não a AMD a injetar dinheiro. Mas sim a MS enterrou uns belos milhões na Apple na altura. Amigos são para as ocasiões e essa foi uma delas. Apesar da rivalidade, eles eram amigos. E o Steve sabia que era preciso capital para revitalizar a Apple e tinha a certeza de como fazer as coisas, só lhe faltava o dinheiro. O tio Bill deu o jeito e aí está a Apple agora crescidinha para a vida. O tio Bill também não estava a dar o dinheiro sem saber o que estava a fazer... Se for preciso tem ele próprio ações da Apple... É que fora as açoes que tem na MS, ninguém mais sabe onde tem o resto da fortuna (que é a grande maioria dela, pois dos 80B só 20B são em ações da MS). Não me admirava que tivesse ações da Apple...

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    Se foi a relação com o Gates que salvou a Apple... Deve ter sido a MS e não a AMD a injetar dinheiro. Mas sim a MS enterrou uns belos milhões na Apple na altura. Amigos são para as ocasiões e essa foi uma delas. Apesar da rivalidade, eles eram amigos. E o Steve sabia que era preciso capital para revitalizar a Apple e tinha a certeza de como fazer as coisas, só lhe faltava o dinheiro. O tio Bill deu o jeito e aí está a Apple agora crescidinha para a vida. O tio Bill também não estava a dar o dinheiro sem saber o que estava a fazer... Se for preciso tem ele próprio ações da Apple... É que fora as açoes que tem na MS, ninguém mais sabe onde tem o resto da fortuna (que é a grande maioria dela, pois dos 80B só 20B são em ações da MS). Não me admirava que tivesse ações da Apple...
    Voltamos ao mesmo Turto?
    Voltamos ao MS melhor e o resto é por causa disso?

    Lê bem a história!
    Andas outra vez muito excitado
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    Onde é que escrevi que a MS era melhor que o que quer que fosse? Lês lá isso?

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    Onde é que escrevi que a MS era melhor que o que quer que fosse? Lês lá isso?
    Para alguem de excitado não entendes o que te dizem... :/ ou entao voltaste ao mesmo!

    Quote -> "Se foi a relação com o Gates que salvou a Apple... Deve ter sido a MS e não a AMD a injetar dinheiro"
    Eu disse vai ler um pouco do que se passou!
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    Sim e não foi a MS? Eu acho que sim. Nem estou a ver a AMD a ter dinheiro para ressurgir uma Apple. Hoje em dia mal tem para si...

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    Sim e não foi a MS? Eu acho que sim. Nem estou a ver a AMD a ter dinheiro para ressurgir uma Apple. Hoje em dia mal tem para si...
    Tu sabes mesmo do que falas não haja dúvida, turtos se não sabes porque é que escreves ?


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    Então diz me tu o que se passou! É que já agora aprendo algo novo.

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    Steve Jobs Has Won 141 Patents Since His Death

    Steve Jobs legacy continues to grow even in death. Over the past three years since his passing, Jobs has won 141 patents posthumously from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.Altogether, a third of the 458 patented inventions and designs credited to Jobs have been approved since he died.
    Link:
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    Mesmo não estando no mundo dos vivos continua a ser impressionante a presença deste homem nas nossas vidas e a mostrar o quanto estava à frente do seu tempo, sem duvida alguma um dos maiores genios do meio informatico.
    http://www.portugal-tech.pt/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=566&dateline=1384876765

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    Steve Jobs to Appear In Court Over iPod Lawsuit (Yes, Really)


    No, you are not seeing things, that headline is true. In an example of Steve Jobs’ superhuman nature, tomorrow he will appear in court to argue over an iPod antitrust case. He isn’t exactly rising from the dead, but rather he will appear in a video deposition recorded before his death.
    The New York Times says that the video will join emails from the Apple co-founder, in a case against Apple’s early practice of barring music from other download services being playable on the iPod. Yes, in the early days of the iPod you were only allowed to play music either from Apple’s iTunes Store or music ripped from CDs
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    Mark Zuckerberg Attacks Tim Cook’s “Ridiculous” Campaign Against Ads, Data Collection

    In mid-September, Apple CEO Tim Cook posted an open letter outlining his company’s commitment to privacy. Cook explained that his company makes customer privacy a high priority and that collecting vast amounts of user data simply isn’t a priority for Apple.
    “We don’t build a profile based on your email content or web browsing habits to sell to advertisers,” explained Cook. “We don’t 'monetize' the information you store on your iPhone or in iCloud. And we don’t read your email or your messages to get information to market to you. Our software and services are designed to make our devices better. Plain and simple.”
    Cook went on to admit that Apple does rely on advertising to a small degree with its iAd platform, but that it doesn’t contribute significantly to its bottom line. “We built an advertising network because some app developers depend on that business model, and we want to support them as well as a free iTunes Radio service,” Cook continued. “iAd sticks to the same privacy policy that applies to every other Apple product. It doesn’t get data from Health and HomeKit, Maps, Siri, iMessage, your call history, or any iCloud service like Contacts or Mail, and you can always just opt out altogether.”
    That same month, during a wide-ranging interview with PBS’ Charlie Rose, Cook reiterated those comments. While not naming companies like Facebook and Google specifically, Cook proclaimed, "We take a very different view of this than a lot of other companies have. Our view is, when we design a new service, we try not to collect data.”
    “You’re not our product,” Cook added.
    But Cook wasn’t finished; he took things one step further by getting in one more jab. “Follow the money. And if they're making money mainly by collecting gobs of personal data, I think you have a right to be worried.”


    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, 30, definitely heard the comments from Cook loud and clear, and he took the time to address them in a new interview with Time Magazine.
    "A frustration I have is that a lot of people increasingly seem to equate an advertising business model with somehow being out of alignment with your customers," Zuckerberg fired back. He went on to add that it’s actually Apple that doesn’t have its customers’ best interests in mind, citing the relatively high pricing of its products compared to competitors.
    "What, you think because you’re paying Apple that you’re somehow in alignment with them? If you were in alignment with them, then they’d make their products a lot cheaper!"
    According to IDC forecasts for 2014, the average selling price for Apple’s iPhone is $657. By comparison, the average selling price for smartphones running Google’s Android operating is less than half that price at just $254.


    It’s interesting to see such a war of words brewing between tech’s “elite class.” Mark Zuckerberg is just the latest to respond to Tim Cook’s war of words. Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt already responded to Cook’s comments back in early October.
    "Our systems are far more secure and encrypted than anyone else, including Apple,” said in an interview with CNNMoney on October 2. “They're catching up, which is great."

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    Woz Admits Apple Was Not Started In A Garage, That's An 'Overblown Myth'

    Every budding entrepreneur is familiar with Apple's humble beginnings in a garage. From there, the company grew. And grew, and grew, and grew to where it is today -- a firm with a market capitalization just shy of $680 billion, and that's after the recent (and inexplicable) stock drop.
    Budding business owners use that story as motivation, just as teenage athletes are told that Michael Jordon was cut from his high school basketball team before going on to become one of the best NBA players of all time. The thing is, we as a species tend to romanticize history, and while Jordan really was cut from his high school squad, the story of Apple starting out in a garage isn't entirely accurate.
    So says Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. The revelation came during an interview with Bloomberg, with Woz calling the story of Apple's startup days an overblown myth. That's not to say the garage didn't play a role, it just wasn't nearly as meaningful as the legend would have us believe.


    "The garage is a bit of a myth. It's overblown," Woz says. "The garage represents us better than anything else, but we did no designs there. We would drive the finished products to the garage, make them work and then we'd drive them down to the store that paid us cash."

    On most occasions, there were never more than two people in the garage, and usually they weren't being productive, Woz recounts. And as far as tinkering with finished products inside the garage, it was short lived, as the two Steves "outgrew" to location rather quickly.

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    O que vale é que tudo o que é empresa tecnológica começa numa garagem...

    Esse é o maior mito da indústria.

 

 

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