UDDI Version 3.0.2 UDDI Version 3.0.2 UDDI Spec Technical Committee Draft, Dated 20041019 Document identifier: uddi_v3 Apple Inc Apple executives have reached out to employees today in a company wide email urging them to review Apple’s Business Conduct Policy, a document describing how employees should conduct themselves in and outside the company while representing Apple. An email from Apple’s SVP and General Counsel Bruce Sewell (below) was accompanied by a new version of the policy available to employees in iBooks format and a video from CEO Tim Cook discussing the policy. It’s unclear if there was a situation at Apple that could have prompted the email and video from Apple executives to employees. Infinite Loop - Apple News Feature Story (13 pages) Apple brings refinement and under-the-hood changes to Yosemite's new design. by Andrew Cunningham & Lee Hutchinson - Sep 29, 2015 5:00pm CEST Feature Story (4 pages) In the absence of a new design, 3D Touch and the A9 chip are the stars of the show. by Andrew Cunningham - Sep 28, 2015 2:00pm CEST Feature Story (3 pages) Latest edition of Phil Zimmerman's favorite phone brings privacy with less pain. by Sean Gallagher - Sep 28, 2015 7:00am CEST Feature Story (2 pages) Ars UK needed a big, fast rig for all our various PC needs. Here's how we built our own. by Mark Walton - Sep 26, 2015 2:00pm CEST
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Why do some people really hate Apple You don't have to go far on the web or even everyday life to find people happy to say it: they hate Steve Jobs and all he stood for, and those who buy things from Apple – the "sheeple", in an oft-used phrase – are simply buying stuff for no reason than its marketing, or advertising. Apple, they say, is a giant con trick. Why do they care? Because, says Don Norman, an expert in how we react emotionally to design, buying or using products that engage our emotions strongly will inevitably alienate those who don't share those emotions – and just as strongly. Norman, formerly vice-president of the Advanced Technology Group at Apple, is co-founder of the Nielsen/Norman Group, which studies usability.
Five free apps for dealing with hardware problems Although computer hardware has become something of a commodity item, there are still situations that require troubleshooting. Fortunately, a number of free utilities can help you with the process. This article discusses five good choices. Note: This article is also available as an image gallery and a video hosted by TechRepublic columnist Tom Merritt. 1: 3DP Chip