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Nothing will come of it.HP is no more capable of making this work than Palm was. Palm was barely able to put together a touch based OS and HP is even less so (that's why they bought Palm!) Worse, neither company understands user experience in the least.I'd say its a billion dollars wasted.
I guess you missed her in all bells and whistles. Images of TBEP appeared throughout, but Fergie got the most, including several seconds of prominent video time.
That's what I've notice too. The cream always rises! (Time to update your profile, I guess.)
The problem with splitting is that it makes options more affordable allowing an already volatile stock to be manipulated even more. On the other hand, if options were more affordable perhaps I would buy some to hedge and make my Apple stock less volatile for myself! Anyway, I think this is one of the reason SJ is against splits, he's tired of the stock getting manipulated by speculators.
That "Chinese guy"? You mean, Brian X. Chen?And that "internet site"? You mean, Wired?I guess that makes me that "Welsh guy" and Apple insider Forums that "bulletin board!"
Last time I checked it out, AAPL will probably need to top $301 per share to surpass MSFT. Looking at today and yesterday it will happen soon, but what's wrong with AI? Who knew they were innumerate?
Ironic you say that as some speculate that the A4 is a Power Architecture chip running ARM in emulation and that they are preparing to move all the mobile hardware back to Power because of efficiencies in power use (fitting nicely with their purchase of PA Semi.) Here's an interesting article:http://www.technomicon.com/iPad_Saga_-_Week_11.html
I can think of nothing better than if Google tried to buy ARM! It would throw GOOG into further disarray, waste their money, screw up the other mobile device vendors, and bring them legal troubles. Meanwhile Apple has no plans to buy ARM anyway.
Nope. Apple derives great value from the far larger ecosystem that their computers provide. Not to mention the fact that the OS for those mobile devices is a subset of OS X. Their desktop profits will continue to grow nicely, even if the mobile device profits grow faster.
Who pays for the bandwidth to receive these ads? Does viewing an ad go against the user's data quota? Its probably negligible but its the principal of the thing. Its a bit like having to put up with commercials on cable when your already paying for the cable. (Remember when cable came out the rational for the giving the cable companies a monopoly was that there would be no commercials and the there would be lots of public access opportunities, community service stuff,...
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