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Beats purchase approved so it's back in the news? Google is also up for no particular reason that I can see. I've given up on making any sense out of the stock market.
Not unexpectedly the new Nadella-led Microsoft is being more aggressive in their advertising and no longer just attacking Google. In one of their newest ads they pit their Cortana voice assistant against Siri. Only one guess which one wins.
Engadget has a nice short photo article on the "Post-PC Era" and why it never really happened, instead moving to "convergence". Worth a read IMO. http://www.engadget.com/gallery/the-post-pc-story/
You probably meant the reports you hadn't read and weren't aware of. A couple of quick examples found in a 30 second search:http://seekingalpha.com/article/2166333-qualcomms-revenue-growth-slows-amid-smartphone-saturation-slow-lte-sales-in-chinahttp://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2328619/apples-and-samsungs-growth-stalled-in-q4-due-to-the-saturated-smartphone-marketMy personal guess is this is what's prompting not just one but reportedly two entirely new form-factor...
IIRC Michelangelo and Da Vinci did compete with each other, tho it may not be what drove each to seek perfection in their art. Anyway a very good post Marvin, and one that I agree with.
The BusinessInsider article explains the relationship between "off-balance sheet" commitments mentioned by Huberty and future revenue. http://www.businessinsider.com/chart-the-clearest-sign-that-apple-revenue-is-about-to-explode-2014-7
Apple's iWatch as revealed by Jimmy Kimmel in the past few hours.
The stock is up today so apparently investors aren't overly concerned with Apple's results or guidance for the next quarter.
The report you're referencing concerned only the US market so those figures of 1.4 million might not be far off. I think I recall Apple comments yesterday that Mac sales growth was coming from South America and the BRIC's.
Even Adblock (or Ghostery or Little Snitch) can't prevent the most recent trackers from following you around the web. I have no doubt other ways of circumventing ad blockers are either already in use or in development. http://www.propublica.org/article/meet-the-online-tracking-device-that-is-virtually-impossible-to-blockThat specific version of "canvas fingerprinting" tech is supplied by Addthis (aka Clearspring), who is also one of the 67 different trackers and ad...
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