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Links 1 through 10 of 20 by Simon Phipps tagged Monopoly

"We bet everything on Apple and iOS and then Apple killed us by changing the rules in the middle of the game."

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Bad news here about the DMCA in America being given unwanted and unwarranted further reach, allowing corporations to control their markets - and their customers - more than ever. Also slightly unsettling that the report is from the perspective of a law firm that thinks this is a good thing.

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"Operating system: Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista (Apple Mac and Apple Mac PC Emulators are not supported)." To pass the UK driving test you are expected to be a Microsoft customer.

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As I read their explanation of why they don't like the Google Voice application for the iPhone, I can't help wondering if their definition of "confusion" differs a little from mine.

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It's very clear that Apple does not intend the iPhone as an open platform; this looks like the first worked example. Bad behaviour that should be condemned.

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My, how the Chinese have learned skills from the international arena. No self-consciousness at all about forming a cartel to conduct anti-trust actions, it seems.

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"As Samba is not commercial and could not be forced out of the marketplace it was still standing and able to benefit from the ruling." - Seems anti-trust law has been overpowered by monopolists and the only recourse is open source.

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"...the problem was that Microsoft required schools to have licences for every PC in a school that might use its software, whether they were actually doing so or running something else." Go on, keep telling me the monopolist is reformed.

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Another sick victory for lobbyists paid by monopolists in the making. I agree totally with Stephen here.

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New York Times says: "the Bush administration has sharply changed course by repeatedly defending the company both in the United States and abroad against accusations of anticompetitive conduct"

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