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Microsoft Surface. WHO CARES!!! Nothing new. Moving along. Its an iPad + Bluetooth keyboard but with a crappy UI.   The only true competitor was WebOS till HP backed out.
I'm pretty sure Aliph (Jawbone) or Plantronics have patents related to noise cancellation. Apple could easily snatch one up. While they're at it, Apple could purchase Wacom  to combat Microsofts purchase of Perceptive Pixel.
Too bad Apple didn't buy Sun when they had the chance. They could always snatch up Joyent (its made up largely of ex-Sun engineers) as its pretty much in the same area Up There is targeting.
When did 'hope' become a business strategy? ;)  
I wouldn't mind a 19 or 21 inch Macbook Pro.   13 inch sells more not because a smaller screen is preferred, but because its the lowest price point. If Apple would lower prices bigger sizes would sell more.
  Read between the lines. He said a lot by what he didn't say.   Some interesting snippets:   Walt: Is it possible to build a box and ignore the rest? Not build a TV but just build the box?  Cook: We would look at this and say can we control the key technology? Can we make a significant contribution beyond what others have made in this area? Can we make a product that we would all want? That's all thing we would ask about any new product category. It's the ones we ask...
Hopefully they'll sell The Leap as well: http://www.leapmotion.com/   Speaking of which if The Leap would be bigger and had projection capabilities it be great for design!   Like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYjlMflhysc
Haha yes, Siri can steal corporate secrets too!   Its Apple's way of staying ahead of the competition! 
What I've always found interesting about the deal is that Motorola Mobility produces cable modems. Which would basically allow Google to penetrate into the living room pretty easily by simply including Android in cable modems. It looks like this might not happen as content providers aren't too happy with Google and actively shunning Motorola modems. Google might just have to sell the cable modem...
Well you could pick a question and provide an answer that is completely unrelated to the question.    IE:   Q: In what city were you born? A. Superman001   Only you would know the answer to that. A brute force would have to first guess the correct question then supply a zillion possible answers. Providing an unrelated answer here would throw off a brute force dictionary attack if its definition list was names of cities.   Apple could also use multi-token authentication...
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