Originally Posted by aaarrrgggh
The technicians might not want it, but that is the CEO might push for lower TCO by not doing on-site repairs. At some point, complete spare devices are easier to support than...
Originally Posted by mcarling
Cost: will be lower because there are fewer parts and fewer assembly steps.
Reliability: One QCs memory chips before soldering them to the motherboard.
Originally Posted by jragosta
They did. That's what this is all about. Apple developed things and Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Google, etc all copied it.
If a burglar breaks into your house, you call...
Originally Posted by jd_in_sb
The U.S. needs to create an industrial zone exempt from minimum wage laws and anti-business bureaucracy. That would bring manufacturers back.
a lot of people have quoted this, but...
Originally Posted by SuperTomcat
Well, probably that is not exactly like that.
Samsung is moving all its high-end ARM processor to the new 32nm process that include the Exynos 2 Dual 32nm (from the...
Originally Posted by Relic
A few models will be priced that high not all. They will most likely have high speed processors and more memory for CAD work.
I think one of the things people forget, particularly with these...
Originally Posted by vsp
Books are a cultural thing and once you destroy this intellectual aspect of the industry, the long-term result would be disastrous, leading to mediocre standards. Nobody is going to do serious research...
Originally Posted by zoetmb
Apple asked for and got a "most favored nation" clause. All it said was that when the Publisher establishes the price, it can't be one list price in the Apple store and a different list...