Clearly, the stock is being manipulated by hedge fund managers and other big boys to give them a buying opportunity. It should be illegal, but these guys are the top donors to both parties, so we all have to sit by and witness this theft.
A flood of Windows 8 refugees will be washing up on the Mac beach in the next few weeks. The Mac minis and the new iMacs will be popular with our new brethren.
I'll try to keep my "I told you so's" to myself.
"Feel, felt, found" is ancient. I learned it at least 20 years ago when being trained to work a charity telethon.
I thought Apple would use some great Jedi mind tricks and not a cheap Willy Loman strategy. Eh.
Originally Posted by rbryanh
Welcome to America in decline, a sad culture where, desperate for crumbs, the state bribes the corporations which own it.
Given Apple's recent declaration of a stock buyback and dividend, I figured...
Apple should start a program where disappointed Kindle owners can trade in their Fires for iPads. Making Kindle Fire = disappointment is a great strategic move for Apple. Hopefully, it will join the Zune in the graveyard of would-be...
Apple ought to start a program to let disappointed Kindle Fire buyers trade up to an iPad.
My sense is that almost all Kindle Fire buyers would prefer an iPad, all else being equal, but the $199 loss leader price is irresistible.
This sounds just like the eMachines model: sell hardware at a loss to make it back on future sales.
It was a colossal failure then, and it won't work now. It gets to a point where the more units you ship, the more money you lose. ...
Originally Posted by Dick Applebaum
This sounds a little like Whistling past the graveyard...
That's exactly the phrase I came here to write.
Siri requires the infrastructure and hardware on both the client and server side...