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The OP was talking about Apple FUD. That's taken care of here as soon as it starts. Google FUD on the other hand. . .Mention Google here and you and others are there like a ferret up a trouser leg. (Oh sorry, new cliche needed) like rats up a sewer pipe.(edit: don't like that one either) faster than a rabbit.(nah) like ticks on a dog.
You think there's some lack of assistance here? As for myself I think I do remember stepping in a couple of times when inexplicably IMO no one else chimed in right away. I've not seen any Apple FUD that hangs around here long so I think we all have it covered.
Hey I get where you're coming from and completely understand. Don't give up a good piece of FUD without a fight eh? Stay strong my friend.
'll guess you were jesting but for the benefit of casual readers:Google doesn't allow health data to be used nor even collected for advertising purposes. It's just one of several things Google says can't be used, regarded as off-limits sensitive personal information. Other verboten categories include:-interest or participation in adult activities (including alcohol, gambling, adult dating, pornography, etc.)-sexual behavior or orientation, such as sexual orientation...
Never saw that detailed before. Not even sure Apple breaks things down that much. Where did you find the profit data by segment from Google?
I don't know they make any income from data-mining. They don't sell data AFAIK. That's would be more in line with businesses like Claritas or Acxiom. The second one has been mentioned here before but you probably never heard of health data aggregators such as Claritas or companies like them. You probably should if health privacy is a concern of yours, which it may not be.Agreed that all but about $1.7B in this last quarter came from advertising services so Anant is pretty...
Is it plausible that some folks don't need any evidence before tossing vague denigrations around as tho they're fact?
Ran across this video. I didn't originally notice that there will be a 3G version with calling capabilities.
So here's where he's taking an office for himself: 'Rogers will leave California and move to Paris, where he will be chief digital officer at LVMH, the holding company behind iconic luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs and Bvlgari." thx 9-5
I'd guess it's not the issue you think it will be, but once the few thousand they sell are out in the wild you'll know more about it. Personally I think it's a pretty good solution considering everyone here would be accusing them of copying Apple if they controlled it thru the crown as you typically would with watches. Of course many traditional watches offer some feature using a rotating bezel in addition to the crown so Sammy isn't unique in thinking of it.
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