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Breakdown = analysis
It'll be very interesting to see the breakdown of what models are in highest demand. I'm picking the 6 + to be top seller, anybody else ?
A bit like the original iPhone ? -I'm impressed with what they've offered but I don't think I'll be buying one.(I'm not all that interested in accessories, but thats just me).
Or for the advertisers to realise they're being conned and to stop buying into Googles whole SEO click thru babblespeak.
Annnnddd - the winner for "New low in Journalism" award goes to yep, you guessed it Jessica E. Lessin ! She sure does show her ability here - remarkable to pluck a story out of thin air for a non-existent product. With a graph even ! Well done oh wait - she has some serious competition from established "noted" tech journalists... oh what the hell - I'm going to to award her with it anyway.
May be - but that's somewhat irrelevant to this thread. Judge Koh has marginalised herself with this ruling. I hope Tim takes this further . All JudgeKoh had to was to bring a judgement that was fair and right. She didn't do that and has now sent a signal that the American judicial system doesn't necessarily protect patent holders.
FFS, Judge Koh. Can't you see that you've singlehandedly given Samsung and any company a green light to rape and pillage IP - from anybody ! Jeez, what a travesty of justice. A complete mockery. I micturate on your court .... You brainless individual.
"Your day off is just around that corner, Brother !"
I would definitely use Health kit - providing I can use it in the way I want to ie for monitoring. I am not willing to share any of my data whatsoever. I can understand that others might want to be more liberal in certain situations tho - like in a sports/team training environment where program and target monitoring might be required. As singularity said, very interesting to see where this all leads. Med is huge.
Here's a good example of what Apple are up against http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/tv-radio/10351514/Want-Netflix-Networks-say-its-not-legit The networks want control. We are blessed to have Sky here in NZ, who in a country of around 4.5 million have their subscription based boxes in 1 million households. They are the only player here yet the free networks have come out in support of them. The people accessing Netflix obviously want more choice or aren't satisfied...
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