How to avoid the Apple tax?
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Thu Aug 30 12:32:56 UTC 2007
Steve Lamb wrote:
> Derek Broughton wrote:
>> The difference is simple. Apple makes hardware. Microsoft doesn't.
>> It's perfectly acceptable (and proper) to provide the software to make
>> work. Microsoft, however, forces vendors to package Windows with their
>> hardware. That's an illegal business practice, and many courts have told
>> them so.
> Then the courts should tell Apple the same thing. And you should
> stop repeating falsehoods. From
Excuse me, the only falsehoods here are from people who know nothing about
law or manufacturing. Apple is _still_ a hardware maker. How has their
status as a manufacturer changed by moving from a Motorola based platform
to an Intel one?
It's fine to disagree, but calling me a liar is beyond the pale.
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