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Posts by Alfiejr

well, i know who Corrections really is. who are you?
Walmart's CurrentC is already dead man walking, and deep down inside they know it.   it's plainly inferior - cumbersome to use, more trouble to set up, and inherently less secure. and that's assuming you don't care about your privacy at all. the one chance they have to keep it alive is to give the 3% they save on bank credit card fees back to consumers when they use it. but of course that was not their original plan. the plan was to keep that 3% for themselves. too...
These Current C retailers are all getting killed by their competition, except for Walmart, and probably won't even be in business in 5 years. Blocking Apple Pay is the desperation of the doomed.   But of course Apple has made its deal with the devil we know - the banks. For its small piece of the action Apple is making sure their control of the   credit card business remains intact. that is hardly noble, altho there is at least decent competition among them and more...
wow, what a great food fight in these Comments - maybe best ever.
good god, everyone here has known Corrections = DED ever since he started using that ID after dropping Price McLean. i mean, you must be kidding ...
  um ... but the onscreen is what users actually see. i think, you know,  that is what really matters ...
yup, Lollipop - perfect for suckers.
Actually, Samsung brought down Nokia. it grabbed the global generic phone market away from it by quickly adopting knock-off Android while Nokia failed to replace its outmoded Symbian. plain old competition that Nokia failed to meet.   but then Microsoft literally killed off Nokia. it fooled its idiot (Finland) board of directors into hiring Elop in response to this, who then foisted MS' dead-end Windows Phone OS on Nokia totally, leaving it a basket case that MS finally...
the point is: IDC is full of sh*t.
you're on to something. but what SS really needed, forked android or not, was its own ecosystem. and it made feeble attempts to develop one, but ultimately gave up. so it remains dependent on Google's just like all the other first-world OEM's, and trapped in their collective profit race to the bottom. the new cheap-o OEM's are really making feature/web phones no matter how smart they technically are, and their immense second/third world markets don't need any single...
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