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If you buy the iPhone, the expectation is that you follow Appleâ€™s restrictions. This class action lawsuit regarding iPhone modifications is a waste of time. If you modify a device, whether with software or with solder, you run the risk of damaging the product, and voiding the warranty.
Apple can create as many ways as required to keep the device working as intended. Users can create ways to circumnavigate such methods. However, when doing so you waive rights of authorized and intended use.
Well we’re still here, but it seems AMP’D mobile might not be, as the company recently filed for a Chapter 11. If you’re interested, which of course you are, read about AMP’D filing for Chapter 11 here, more AMP’D bankruptcy blather here and of course there is always more + the official statement from AMP’D about their chapter 11.
Speculation swirled about for a few hours, but many sites got the scoop that the big latenight unveiling was going to be the Mirosoft Surface. To sum it up without hyperbole, the Microsoft Surface is a 30-inch tabletop with object recognition and a multi-touch, multi-user interface that will allow users to interact, create and consume digital and real-world content.
I was fapping away some time earlier when I spotted a post on ValleyWag citing Viacom for having double standards. Taking it up a notch, Nick Denton & Co. posted a video of Oprah the Almighty on the Viacom owned iFilm to show the company’s contradictive ways.