Despite my earlier comment, I do think the Kindle is still a dead end.
The right way to do things would be to carry your iPad, which has your instantly downloadable books, and carry a real book, which is the main one you are...
The $139 price point is still a little awkward (but really good).
Bring it down to $99, and Amazon is golden. I am sure they can afford it too, since they will make most of their money on eBook sales anyways.
Originally Posted by StLBluesFan
I've gone to Best Buy for years. Yes, I would describe them as friendly, in fact very friendly.
Depends on the individual store. The one I used to visit had ordinary assistants, but the folks...
This is a shareholder viewpoint comment.
Apple has shown a stunning ability to invent markets where none existed before. The iPhone when it was released simply added to revenue. The same is true of the iPad.
This in direct...
Originally Posted by anonymouse
And your assumption is that they are being conservative. Another possibility is that these products just can't be slam bang mass produced at whatever quantity anyone might want to name. The...
Originally Posted by Haggar
Now if Apple can just get over their fear of cannibalizing iMac sales, which is one of the rationalizations offered by Apple defenders for Apple not making a midrange Mac minitower (NOT the Mac...
Originally Posted by webmail
Steve Jobs is full of crap.
OF COURSE HE KNEW AND WAS WARNED IN ADVANCED.
He brags on stage that Apple owned and bought a $100 million dollar antenna testing facility during iphone design....
This confirms my suspicions.
A lot of the hue and cry is Google's (and probably MS's) increasing lobbying dollars at work. Apple needs to get into the lobbying business, otherwise they will never hear the end of the FCC, Congress,...