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   According to the TechCrunch article, the shipment figures came from a Samsung spokesman speaking on a Korean website. So the SEC would have no power to do anything since the statement wasn't made in the US, it was simply being reported.    Now, the Korean government could investigate, but since the head of Samsung has been convicted and jailed on charges of  conspiracy, embezzlement, bribery and tax evasion and then pardoned by the government so he could serve on the...
A bit off-topic: Why did Google remove the ability to store apps on the SD card? That makes no sense.
  Weren't the iPhone sales revenue up last quarter?
  You should read this:   http://www.directorship.com/stout-shareholders-as-owners/   As a shareholder you do not 'own' the company.
  I stopped a few posts back when he started listing his 'Apple products'  
  Perhaps you should have diversified more.   Folk the past year folk have been screaming that Apple needs to lower prices and take a margin to increase market share. This is kind of what it will look like, and it will probably get worse as Apple forks out more cash for data centres, manufacturing equipment and processes, and the not inconsiderable cost of dumping Samsung.
  But reporting every single Google outage wouldn't give AI the hit-whore quotient that drives them these days.
And here's a weird thought:   Microsoft is paid a royalty on every Android device sold. Assuming (and it is a big assumption) that Microsoft charges a different rate depending on the device, does this mean that the only Google and Microsoft know the real breakdown of the Android market?   http://www.livemint.com/Consumer/HEPjPSnpMIJ5T6gj4fQ0SM/FoxConn-to-pay-Microsoft-royalties-for-Android-devices.html
So the Microsoft partners and the know-nothing IT press are declaring Windows8 a failure, and the Microsoft Windows division posts results that are pretty much in line with the sales of Windows7 from last year.   That makes no sense, so I have to ask another layman's question:   When does Microsoft record a Windows license sale? Is it when the license is sold to the OEM, or when the license is activated by the end user? 
Tell you who else has got an MBA: John Browett.It doesn't actually prove your opinion is worth anything.And that is assuming you really have an MBA.
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