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I tried to make sense of what you wrote here but there's nothing but a nonsensical appeal to the crowd and a bunch of layers of inscrutable nonsense. What exactly is your opinion? That a privately owned, dowdy set of steps with an ugly fountain sitting on them shouldn't be moved? That people should care about an ugly fountain that nobody has really cared about in the shadow of the Hyatt for decades?   When the best that can be said of a work of art is that it involved...
Stockton Street was not "opened," there was just a lot of utility relocation and vertical core drilling that closed down the two blocks that are now astroturfed. There is only a small spot where there's a hole into the tunnel and underground walkway that will connect Powell station with the new Union Square stop.  The Asuwa fountain is not pictured in the latest renderings of the plaza that will be behind the new Apple store. The old fountain, a dirty looking copper tub...
Blue Coat actually reported it as a "Malware Attack Targeted at Military, Diplomats, and Business Execs," while Ars simplified things by saying it targeted diplomats. The reality is that this sophisticated attack was designed to automate spying over large numbers of high profile, valuable targets, but like the cheaper packages sold for ~$300, it uses Windows and Android exploits that can be used against anyone. Saying users should "not click on random links" is a very...
You do understand this is a developer release, not a public release?  Maybe you should hold back your comments a while before you rush them out in a half-baked release with mistakes that should have been found & taken care of in beta-testing. Quit tying the release of your knee jerk brain dumps with every article posting. 
Roughlydrafted started outlining problems with Windows and within Microsoft a good 2-4 years before it was obvious that Microsoft was in significant trouble. At the time, there were people commenting that it was embarrassing to even suggest that Microsoft would ever not run the world. You might recall that Windows Vista had billboards erected too. Also, there was a time not too long ago that Apple was considered to have its "golden age" in the late 80s/early 90s, yet...
Oracle's case against Google is still lumbering through the courts, and it's certainly possible that Google will prevail.It would, however, be pretty irresponsible for Google to not cover its ass, and we are seeing plenty of evidence of that as Andy Rubin leaves, the Chrome guy takes over
The article, if you had actually read it (rather than racing to attack the author to prop up your own fan bias) is not really about the merits of Chromebooks but about the failure of journalists to critically evaluate the data and market analysis IDC is presenting on behalf of its clients. Your outrage over the idea that "there was defiantly [sic] no need to go into such detail" is a bizarre apology for false reporting.  If you love living in a bubble of lies, don't read...
A Buick is not the fanciest car, but it's not a cheap car either. iPhones may be thought of as luxury class (and Apple doesn't sell super cheap, low end products) but iOS devices are not high end luxury priced.  Anyone that can afford a new car of any kind can afford an iPhone. And Apple's brand is also aspirational. I'm often shocked to see people who don't have very much money at all with a brand new iPhone, but then I recall being a young teen with no money and remember...
Apple has long had very small "market share" across all PCs, but sold a large portion of the high end PCs, allowing it to make enough money to keep building Macs. Over at least the last 5 years, Apple has sold +90% all of the PCs above $1000. The market share Windows Phone has earned itself comes from the very low end of the market, where there isn't any money. Nokia wasn't able to sell enough high end WP devices to stay in business and not loose money. Microsoft is...
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