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You've not accounted for the significant back taper on the MotoX. I suspect the Moto X is in reality no larger volume-wise than the iPhone 6. Might even be smaller. Also if you've decided that overall volume is the determining factor in comfort it isn't.
Axciom and DataLogix are the two primary companies tracking your purchase history, especially when loyalty or reward cards are used. And yes those two do sell your personal information which might result in those "wonderful emails" you mentioned. Google does not as far as we know.
10.4 is the thickest, tapering out to I think 4mm. If you hold one in your hand I think you'd find that 10.4mm doesn't mean anything when it comes to comfort.. I'm going to guess that many would find MotoX design more comfortable than even Apple's new iPhone 6. It feels a lot smaller than it actually is. I do like the changes Apple made tho and it too will probably feel smaller than a typical 4.7" phone. Smoothing those edges is a good move.
The Plus dimensions are 158.1 x 77.8 x 7.1mm. For comparison with an already available and relatively easy to find phablet the Galaxy Note 3 is 151.2 x 79.2 x 8.3 mm (5.95 x 3.12 x 0.33 in).The 4.7" 6 is 138.1 x 76.0 x 6.9mm. Again for comparison purposes the 4.7" Moto X comes in at 129.3 x 65.3 x 10.4 mm)
FunFact: Judge Judy personally earning close to $50M/year, nearly double any other TV personality. Not bad work for a 70+ former family court judge from New York.
Google agreed to pay out at minimum $19M in an FTC settlement over in-app purchases similar to the one Apple agreed to. Amazon is still putting up a fight.
Marvin, what do you think of something like SlickLogin as a password replacement? I realize the sticking point is still getting "the web" to cooperate.http://techcrunch.com/2014/02/16/google-acquires-slicklogin-the-sound-based-password-alternative/
There may be more to the story than Apple was willing to discuss. "If a hacker can obtain a user’s iCloud username and password with iBrute, he or she can log in to the victim’s iCloud.com account to steal photos. But if attackers instead impersonate the user’s device with Elcomsoft’s tool, the desktop application allows them to download the entire iPhone or iPad backup as a single folder, says Jonathan Zdziarski, a forensics consult and security researcher. That gives...
Ambi?
That's been the general word for some time now. Maybe not the 9th specifically but perhaps announcing it early with no actual product available until very late 2014 or early 2015. FWIW Kuo has been saying as much for quite awhile, with Paczkowski now joining him.
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