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 Well, so far this year from Intel - with this being at least the second release date pushback - it's "there goes Moore's law".... Except this time the Win makers are caught in the same bottleneck, so no relative disadvantage.......on the other hand, by the time the A9 or 10 roll out, they could well be used in "other products" that previously would've had "Intel Inside" - not the whole line I'd guess and one thing to go would be running Windows natively.But with their...
Actually from the reaction I'm seeing to the Fire Phone announcement (on the Verge, Android sites and elsewhere), it may be the most underwhelming of the above... ...big round of "no ways" and other strong negative commentary......and btw Apple price cutting - not all related to inventory clearance and not all overseas seems to be becoming a bit of thing itself... ...welcome to me and I'm sure Tim's got his eye on the gross and net margins...First the price cut on the...
 It's no longer a stretch to fully expect Apple to expand the iPhone line to two "fully current models" in late 2014... ...just as they offer with iPads (Air and Mini), MBA's (11.6 and 13.3") (unless the rumored "12" retina" model consolidates the small notebook business to one model this year), rMBP's (13 & 15 - for - I'd say - another year at least), and iMacs (two will remain for sure IMO).And if one phone is 4", the other assuredly will NOT be 5.5", nor do I see them...
 It's gonna be around awhile... Björk's Biophilia App Will Be Added to Curriculum in Select European SchoolsAs part of the Biophilia Educational Programme http://pitchfork.com/news/55577-bjorks-biophilia-app-will-be-added-to-curriculum-in-select-european-schools/
 I've always found Björk a fascinating figure - her unique music/Icelandic roots, distinctive videos, her iconoclastic ways (art as life/life as art), the other unexpected arenas she pops up in noticeable ways... ...and it's not that she's someone I listen to/watch over and over, or that I even like all her work, but give her big props for creativity, originality and breaking new ground... ...and here's another (way interesting and unique) first she's achieved......so good...
   It simply reminded me of how most articles about security breaches in Apple products start with click-bait headlines that make it sound like "run for the hills, Apple's security is broken, broken I tell you!" - and then turn out to be about "proofs of concept" that have barely (or never) occurred "in the wild" - or involve users having to do something stupid, etc., etc. - and that Apple security is still just fine.So when the poster states "Perhaps you should start...
 A "mogul gaberator" who's not a biased scaremonger might have mentioned the articles only referred to pirated versions if he meant to be balanced.  Yup.
Two hours spent watching a small low-res version when a full screen HD one was already posted (or being posted)...  ...I'll check next time if this is gonna be a habit....
Quote:Nope. Wasn't.
  iMacs sell in much greater volume than stand alone monitors and Apple's lately (except for the Pro - to wisely keep a user growth path and professional market presence) focused new product development on moving volumes. And third party 4K monitors are available for (and are sold by Apple for) the Pro for the present. Meanwhile, other articles have pointed out we are likely to see better support for 4K monitor management inside of the next OS X iteration being announced...
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