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Like others.  I will never purchase another HP printer.   Way too many issues.. it has not worked far more often than it has.  Next go around, I'm buying Epson or Canon.
Which is why I will never give up my grandfathered plans.  Im also shocked at how much the typical American is paying for their cellular service.  I was with AT&T from 2004 to 2010.  During that time my bill was pretty much always $39.99 for 450 anytime minutes + $15 for 1000 text messages.  It was until 2009 with AT&T that I even started using a data plan of any sort.. and that was mainly because I switched from a Blackberry 8810 to an iPhone3GS.  I remember distinctly...
I dont think Apple was ever out to "win" anything (aka marketshare).  The price of their products certainly suggest they are more interested in quality vs. quantity.   This is the difference between Apple & Google.  Apple puts out the best phone is possibly can once every year.  Google puts out the the latest version of its FREE phone software it can throughout the year.  While numbers are meaningul, Apple never has targeted absolute marketshare as a goal.. if they would...
  Pretty much.   I love some of google services, mainly because its usually the best "free" option in most cases.  But there's nothing "friendly" about the way the do business.
I call bullshyt.   People arent going to pay more for an AppleTV, just to pay more for an AppleTV.  Its going to have to do something clearly better to be successful.  The main reason Apple products are so popular are due to word of mouth, most of us started using Apple products for the same reason.  We had some friend who has a cool looking Apple product and who either A) shows us some cool stuff it can do or B) tells us about the awesome experience.   Theres...
I dont think this would surprise anyone.  But it definitely steps the Apple-Samsung breakup up another level.  The $1billion lawsuit win already stepped things up another notch.  Loosing more $Billions in annual chip manufactering sales doubles down on that.
I just had to make this decision minutes ago.  My girlfriend needs a new router and I wanted to purchase her the latest version of the Apple Extreme.  My choices of where to purchase it were:   Apple.com new price is $179 (+$6 tax +$6 2-day shipping) Amazon.com new price $170 (w/free prime shipping and no tax).   Apple.com refurbished price $139 (+$6 tax +$6 2-day shipping)   Amazon.com "Apple refurbished" price $137 (w/free prime shipping and no...
Its a business decision.. and Apple is a business.  They didnt make it this far by not knowing how to put deals together that work.  If current CEO Tim Cook really is the supply chain genius many suspect him to be, then they have right person making the decisions of where to go from here.  In fact I dont know of anyone better qualified that Tim to make those decisions.  Maybe Steve saw all this coming and is why he wanted Tim leading the company.. instead of someone else...
You are absolutely right!   That $1 Billion dollar settlement definitely taught Samsung a lesson.
Disclaimer:  I own the Verizon iPhone5.   If the Verizon iPhone5's SIM card slot is unlocked, what's the big deal.  I understand that these phones are "officially" unlocked.. but it seems they are no different than buying a Verizon iPhone5 or paying full price for a AT&T version (in which case AT&T will unlock the phone).     Someone looking for an unlocked iPhone5, has already had plenty of opportunities to purchase one.
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