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SAMSUNG GALAXY S 10.1 TABLET PC ON SALE IN AUSTRALIA

Posted: December 9th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on SAMSUNG GALAXY S 10.1 TABLET PC ON SALE IN AUSTRALIA

Apple has lost an Australian High Court bid to stop Samsung selling its Galaxy Tablet PC in Australia.

APPLE LOSES HIGH COURT BID TO BAN GALAXY TABThe Full Bench of the High Court of Australia has ruled in Samsung’s favor, saying the argument from Apple’s lawyers had insufficient prospect of success. Last month, the Australian Federal Court reversed a prior ruling that banned the sale of the Samsung Galaxy S 10.1 Tablet PC in Australia. The Court noted that a prior ruling granting Apples requested ban on the product had not properly weighed the strength of Apples case. Apple was today seeking special leave to appeal a previous decision of the same court, if granted it would have been unlikely that the Samsung Galaxy Tablet PC would ever have seen the insides of a retail store in Australia. Today’s High Court ruling agreed with Samsung and the judges denied Apples “special leave with costs” M★C READ MORE


SAMSUNG GALAXY S 10.1 TABLET PC ON SALE IN AUSTRALIA

Posted: December 9th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on SAMSUNG GALAXY S 10.1 TABLET PC ON SALE IN AUSTRALIA

Apple has lost an Australian High Court bid to stop Samsung selling its Galaxy Tablet PC in Australia.

APPLE LOSES HIGH COURT BID TO BAN GALAXY TABThe Full Bench of the High Court of Australia has ruled in Samsung’s favor, saying the argument from Apple’s lawyers had insufficient prospect of success. Last month, the Australian Federal Court reversed a prior ruling that banned the sale of the Samsung Galaxy S 10.1 Tablet PC in Australia. The Court noted that a prior ruling granting Apples requested ban on the product had not properly weighed the strength of Apples case. Apple was today seeking special leave to appeal a previous decision of the same court, if granted it would have been unlikely that the Samsung Galaxy Tablet PC would ever have seen the insides of a retail store in Australia. Today’s High Court ruling agreed with Samsung and the judges denied Apples “special leave with costs” M★C READ MORE


REVOLUTE! Occupy Wall Street Protest

Posted: October 6th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on REVOLUTE! Occupy Wall Street Protest

UPDATE OCTOBER 5: At least 5,000 protesters of the Occupy Wall Street movement took to the streets of New York’s financial district, angry that their taxes were used to prop up banks in the 2008 financial crisis. They heard speeches decrying that wealth is concentrated in the hands of some, while others lose their jobs or have their houses repossessed. After their march, the protesters returned to the downtown park where they have been camped out for more than two weeks, but what had been a festive atmosphere turned sour. Scuffles broke out when some of the activists tried to move outside the permitted protest zone.A dozen people were arrested in New York, including one who was charged with assault on a police officer who was knocked from his scooter, according to police spokesman Paul Browne. Others who were arrested had tried to break through a police barricade, Mr Browne said. M★C READ MORE


Adobe Buys TypeKit + Nitobi: Killing Off Flash?

Posted: October 4th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Adobe Buys TypeKit + Nitobi: Killing Off Flash?

Adobe has finally bitten the bullet and climbed onboard the HTML5 wagon. In true behemoth methodology Adobe has acquired two stopgap companies, Typekit and Nitobi, to bolster Flash. For years Adobe has battled on with it’s floundering Flash platform,  it’s now wholeheartedly on board with the biggest and most popular alternatives, web standards including HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript. Today via its Adobe Max developer and designer conference Adobe’s CTO Kevin Lynch took the stage, surrounded by the very developers wrestling with these very transitions, to the announce the two acquisitions. Each acquisition gives Adobe a solid new starting point – for the missing points – of new-age web technology. Terms haven’t been disclosed, it’s not clear whether Adobe had to pay a premium for the companies. The TypeKit acquisition is complete, the Nitobi pickup is subject to closing conditions that should be met by month end, Adobe said. M★S  READ MORE


UPDATED! Amazon's Kindle Fire: Let the Tablet Wars Begin

Posted: October 3rd, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on UPDATED! Amazon's Kindle Fire: Let the Tablet Wars Begin

UPDATED: An IHS analysis reveals Amazon’s business model for its new Kindle Fire tablet, with the company willing to settle for a razor-thin margin on sales of devices and digital content in order to achieve the larger goal of promoting merchandize sales at its online store. A preliminary virtual estimate conducted by the IHS iSuppli Teardown Analysis Service places Kindle Fire’s bill of materials (BOM) cost at $191.65. With the addition of manufacturing expenses, the total cost to produce the Kindle Fire rises to $209.63.

Amazon’s unveiling of it’s Kindle Fire Tablet will certainly shake up the industry and pose one of the biggest threats to Apples dominance with  iPad, Which is why the technology world has its eyes firmly planted on the online retailer as it launches itself into the ubergadget world… Before Amazon even had a chance to release the Kindle Fire at their press event, the big news had already slipped out. The Amazon Kindle Fire will be a 7-inch Android tablet with a $199 price tag. Amazon’s Jeff Bezos took center stage to unveiled the company’s latest branding icon. Slotted for release on November 15, 2011, the Kindle Fire is about to shake it up. Amazon has serious brand recognition, a solidly loyal bunch of Kindle e-reader owners, and a Web-based e-commerce platform that includes one-click access to buying e-books, movies, digital music downloads, its own Android app store, and streaming media catalog. All this  adds up to Amazon being uniquely positioned to go head-to-head with Apple Inc in the tablet market and become a formidable competitor across the industry M★C  READ MORE

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