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Posts by chadmatic

Trust me, if they lose in the content market, they will most certainly lose in the ISP market as well.  The reason is simple, and it is the same reason that Nest thermostats are so successful, they are competing with "Big, dumb, and slow companies".  And the cable companies are exactly that; "Big, dumb, and slow".
They currently sell the content and the conduit.  If Apple finds a way to sell the content without them, they are left with only the conduit.  My guess is that somebody will come along in the next few years with a new, faster, wireless ISP technology and win a majority of that marketshare as well.  
Then the cable companies will get left in the dust...  Their choice.
What is this Google that you speak of?
Cash up front.  
I agree.  The term "head-to-head" suggests that Microsoft is almost equal to Apple with its retail presence.  20 Microsoft Stores to Apple's 363 Stores does not even come close to "head-to-head".
Great addition to Apple TV for all of the cord-cutters out there!
  It is in that context.
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