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Lisa Tsai, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES
Thursday 28 April 2011
  • Posted on May 2, 18:56

    Apple sells its products, because they are a company that has no problems to go a "future-way". Flash is crap. Flash destroys performance. And I am a programmer for 21 yeas now, trust me.
    HTML5 will replace Flash and IS SUPPORTED BY APPLE.
  • Posted on May 2, 18:51

    They will not get killed for that. But they received money for the leak and I hope they will go to jail for this. If someone would steal your property you would do the same. Problem is, that they will get rewarded by the chinese for this.
  • Posted on May 2, 16:26

    What did Jobs have to do with this? Foxconn has an agreement with their customers not to reveal details about unannounced products. This is known as an NDA: Non Disclosure Agreement.

    Apple has nothing to do with this.
  • Posted on May 1, 15:30

    for god's sake, since when leaking some junk's dimension is considered espionage.
    I wish worms eat this apple out from inside. no more penny for a disabled no-flash supporting crap.
  • Posted on Apr 30, 20:53

    Dictator Jobs.....
    Me thinks your lack of understanding why people buy Apple products is not the only thing that's beyond you!
  • Posted on Apr 30, 19:06

    They won't be killed. They'll hopefully be going to prison. I don't trust China though.
  • Posted on Apr 30, 17:51

    wow, what horrible situation and conditions these human beings must endure.
  • Posted on Apr 30, 15:52

    not being a fan of communism does not make one racist.
  • Posted on Apr 30, 14:41

    China's the one who decided they were executing so many prisoners that they needed a mobile execution chamber, which exists in the back of a modified panel truck that they drive from prison to prison. They execute a LOT of prisoners. Even more than Texas.
  • Posted on Apr 30, 01:53

    Why is being against industrial espionage 'racist'?
    If you don't like Apple products, don't buy them, which has nothing to do w/ them being 'crap'.
    Someone has very sour grapess, & a double-standard.
  • Posted on Apr 30, 01:10

    The rules definitely seem to be different in China, which has created a lot of fear in many technology companies about trusting Chinese companies with their intellectual property. It's good to see some charges laid. It will help China in the long run.
  • Posted on Apr 29, 23:29

    SO you are defending China's record on Human right? The fact of the matter is, we will likely never know what happens to these individuals. Because something new and "exciting" will come out of the 24hr news machine, that will distract us...
  • Posted on Apr 29, 12:16

    Is there a link to the original article?
  • Posted on Apr 29, 12:05

    Wow. Two comments so far and they are both racist rubbish. If the employees were going to be given an award, then they would not have been charged. And if they execute people for such trivial offenses, then why does China have any prisons at all?
  • Posted on Apr 29, 09:47

    Hard to say what will happen to these employees. Knowing China, they'll either get an award (China routinely rewards those involved in "corporate espionage" against foreign companies) or they'll be executed.
  • Posted on Apr 29, 02:15

    I hope Dictator Jobs and Apple are happy they have just signed these 3 peoples death warrants. Why anybody buys all the crap jobs and apple pumps out is beyond me.

    We can only hope Dictator Jobs will die soon and things will change.
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