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Good. All these corporations need to be reeled in a lot. They should be contributing to societies, not consuming them.
It's been a long time since I've heard anything from Powermat. It's totally unsurprising that they were bought out by Duracell. I'm a little curious as to why there was no report of lawsuits against other wireless charging product makers, since Powermat was so big on noting its PATENTED technology was PATENTED back when they first announced their existence (and utter lack of actual product).
And the visual style of Windows Phone and iOS 7 differ how?
Why is there such a strong presence of capitalist propaganda believers in tech communities, anyway?Side note: I hadn't intended to post the above text, but the quote-reply function resurrected it from an unsubmitted reply field.Your response is a perfect illustration of the shortsightedness of current American capitalism. The purpose of a business is to support its owners by trade. Somewhere along the line, the idea of "support" turned into hoarding of excessive wealth,...
It's that bottom line crap that's the greed problem. If executives didn't waste so many resources on ridiculous pay for themselves, they could stand to take a small cut in profits in order to support society. But how dare I say any capitalist should support society. They're opposites. Capitalists vs socialists. The old stale propaganda that keeps everything the way it is, which benefits a shrinking percentage of Americans who successfully convince those beneath them to...
Yup. It's the nation. The attitude of roughly 50% of the populous. Maybe more than. Texas is just a hotbed or focal point for the politics. The attitudes are everywhere.Oh and don't forget the bible and cigarettes.
Understood, actually. See my second post and the edit at the end of it. It's still corporate culture in the USA that sucks. True, we never had solid state manufacturing expertise in the USA, and true, the Japanese really started that off in a big way. But it grew to plenty other places from those beginnings... except to the USA, which was satisfied buying it from outside the USA, rather than growing into it here (and paying to do so, or risking competing against its own...
It's not a lack of skilled workers that is the problems. It's the manufacturing knowledge in the companies present in the USA, and ability to do the work in general. The facilities and those running them must have the tools and the industrial knowledge to use them.Industry, in terms of labor, has never relied on education. The Prussian-industrial model that the USA public school system is based on is all about indoctrinating people into being obedient workers for assembly...
If Apple's doing well enough to bring manufacturing or even assembly back into the USA over little preferential issues like secrecy, I'm all for it. Most companies only care about punching pennies so the executives can squeeze out more profit for themselves at the top. The problem with American industry isn't a lack of skill or availability/willingness of workers to do the work. It's greed. American capitalists don't want to pay people to do quality work. That's why they...
You really want a big blank bar across the middle of your screen content, both vertically and horizontally, where there's display bezel and no pixels?I don't.
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