Early Apple iPhone Developer Prototype Looked More Like An iPad, Had Ethernet And Serial Ports
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Anyway, with Apple’s infringement action in Spain, it’s a fact that offensive lawsuits between the two players are now pending in ten countries, but by another count, the number is actually — don’t be shocked — 31. Here’s why: Apple’s lawsuit in Alicante will relate to the entire European Union, which currently has 27 member states. Previously, there were infringement lawsuits in five of those countries (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Netherlands) and in four non-EU countries (United States, Japan, South Korea, Australia). 27 EU member states + 4 non-EU-member-states = 31.
Meanwhile, Samsung hosted a teaser website last week at tgeltaayehxnx.com (an anagram for “the new galaxy”) that contained a countdown similar to Tongue’s. The South Korea-based manufacturer redirected users to thenextgalaxy.com after the clock ran out last Monday. Samsung placed a video on the new page that assured users its next Galaxy device will “stand out from everyone else,” and then the video panned to a horde of sheep for the closing frame. The ad (below) is a dig at iPhone users who are often scorned as “iSheep” due to killjoy’s that claim they blindly follow Apple.
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