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I'm impressed. This is still all rather subtle marketing out in the world of people who don't read Apple blogs, but they're doing a good job of making sure the watch is seen out in the world on NON-TECH people first.
"the company's in-house technical team, which had been working on a streaming solution since 2011." Since 2011??? Geez.
The framing that someone IS a felon is very different than saying someone did something that is designated as a felony. It's the difference between saying that someone did something bad or that they ARE bad. Do you want a bad person working on your project? Of course not. Do you want some one who did something bad working on your project? Well that depends. What else do we know about them?
So he's not allowed to care more about the country he lives in, the country where his nearly-trillion dollar company is headquartered in? Why is is hypocritical to care more about something happening in your own back yard? Also, not like HP had any problems selling to anyone and everyone.
It's a very Apple touch to send out a smoothing tool along with the decals.
Repelled? Really?
This is the laptop for everyone buying iPads and putting external keyboards on them.
You have to realize that speed comparisons happen each year, even though the low end processors of today beat high end processors of two years ago. 4 years ago I was running Lightroom and Photoshop quite happily on a processor slower than this Core M. It's certainly fast enough for the average user'so needs.
It's true, there are different things that are appropriate for different-sized screens. The watch will take over a lot of compulsive, small action things that phones currently do. But you're not going to read kindle books on your watch, you're not going to watch itunes movies on your watch, you're not going play angry birds... But the watch will take over notifications, quick responses, quick replies, things like the "today" widgets of iOS notification center. It's all the...
It might just be the crazy text message fees all over again.   For a time, cell phone companies were charging $20/month for unlimited text messaging. iMessage shows up, routes messages as normal data. New cell phone plans don't bother charging extra for text messaging, but the base data fee is higher. End price is exactly the same.   Most people get their internet through cable companies. If enough people cancel the TV service, the data rates will just go up.    Only...
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