Project Tango Teardown

Posted in グーグル, スマートフォン, プロトタイプ by shiro on 2014年4月17日

Project Tango Teardown | iFixit

Project Tango Repairability Score: 9 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair).

滅多にお目にかかれないプロトタイプ Mac の数々

Posted in アップル, プロトタイプ by shiro on 2012年11月24日
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Gizmodo が起訴を免れたわけ

Posted in アップル, ジャーナリズム, 訴訟 by shiro on 2011年10月13日

How Gizmodo escaped indictment in iPhone prototype deal | CNET News

“What we were looking at was possession of stolen property and whether the evidence supported extortion,” Wagstaffe said. “You can say we were looking at whether their actions supported that they participated in the theft of the phone. We didn’t think it supported either.”

Wagstaffe said, however, that his office’s review of the computers seized from Chen’s home showed the correspondence between Gizmodo editors was “juvenile.”

“It was obvious that they were angry with the company about not being invited to some press conference or some big Apple event. We expected to see a certain amount of professionalism–this is like 15-year-old children talking,” Wagstaffe said. “There was so much animosity, and they were very critical of Apple. They talked about having Apple right where they wanted them and they were really going to show them.”

How Gizmodo Escaped Indictment in Last Year’s iPhone Prototype Theft | Daring Fireball

San Mateo DA: iPhone 4 Gizmodo editors acted like teenagers | The Loop

The San Mateo DA’s office declined to go after Gizmodo following the theft of an iPhone 4 prototype last year, but it’s plain to see that they were unimpressed with Gizmodo’s professional demeanor, as well.

In related news, the two men accused of selling the stolen iPhone 4 were sentenced to one year of probation, 40 hours of public service and $250 in restitution to Apple.

How Gizmodo escaped indictment in iPhone prototype deal (CNET News) | Mediagazer

札束ジャーナリズム | maclalala2

盗まれた iPhone 5 プロトタイプを返せ〜

Posted in アップル, ユーモア by shiro on 2011年9月10日