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Actually if you look at the top enterprise apps listed by Good, iWork apps are all in the top 10. Cook noted that while MSFT delayed, a variety of productivity apps have been adopted by business, including Apple's own. If MSFT wasn't threatened by the prospect of being left behind on iPad as other office apps took over, it would have continued to keep Office exclusive to Windows tablets. It's not like it's making tons of revenue from subscription plans that enterprise...
 Actually the HP buildings were disassembled and scrapped of all recycling materials, and much of the non-recyclable stone was crushed for use on the site. But that's not just Apple's idea, that's how most construction is done, because hauling an entire building to a landfill would be incredibly stupid and wasteful, not to mention very expensive, particularly in California.  Apple is also paying hundreds of thousands of dollars per tree to save as many of the older trees...
 HP and Oracle are direct competitors, and there was particular drama related to "the former CEO" having *already left* so of course it happened fast. Burberry didn't already get rid of Ahrendts; they are trying to minimize the impact of losing their CEO! And Apple isn't trying to outmaneuver Burberry or disrupt its operations in order to get her started as their own chief of retail.  Anyone with a substantial retaining bonus doesn't leave millions of dollars on the table...
The original iPhone had no carrier subsidy and still sold in impressive volumes to long lines of users. The $99 Motorola Q that Ballmer was touting as he scoffed a the iPhone's price was carrier subsidized. It was not actually $99 retail. The price reduction Apple delivered was a volume play to introduce carrier subsidy. The next iPhone was plastic and carrier subsidized, starting at the same price as WinMo models.  So no, the events you are trying to line up are not true....
 The original 1985 Macintosh was repriced from $2000 to $2500 to pay for extensive marketing. That's a very substantial 25% premium, and in 1984 dollars, that would look like $5,685.59 today, according to http://www.bls.gov/data/inflation_calculator.htm The Mac team had been working hard to keep the price under $2000, which was still expensive but considerably less than it was priced to sell at.  New Macs of the early 90s started out around $5000 (more affordable models...
 There doesn't seem to be any thing going on at Apple: no innovation, no reviews of security issues... oh wait, maybe because its internal.
Any Windows Mobile phone with a touch screen was not Microsoft's definition of a WM Smartphone. It was a Pocket PC.But why are you all upset about the subject when a) this article isn't about WinMobile, b) the novelty of iPhone wasn't that it had a crappy touchscreen that required a stylus to use and c) Pocket PC was a commercial failure that nobody cared about the moment the iPhone appeared?All Windows Mobile phones were crap, most Pocket PC devices used terrible...
Apple has never made the most smartphones, either by total number or by platform. It has long made the most money though, and has had the most important and valuable mobile platform since it first opened the App Store.If you think Samsung is more confident today than in 2011-2012, you might have missed:A) their GS4 sold about as well as the GS3, disappointing investorsB) its stock is doing worse than Apple's, and Apple is extremely low right nowC) a series of executives...
 A goose and a gander are two genders of of the same bird.  The expression means that a cook makes one sauce regardless of the gender of the bird being served. Idiomatically, it means there should be one rule or standard for everyone of the same circumstances. The subheading is a pun because "gander" also refers to a brief examination of something. We are examining the sauce.  Florian is an expert expressing an opinion. This is not a trial, it’s a conversation about the...
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