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This.  Religion is being used in this instance as a thinly veiled cover to treat some people less equal than others.
 I think we've probably got more well development anti-discrimination laws here in the UK, but I completely disagree with you.  Under no circumstances should the religious beliefs of one person impede an the ability of someone else to purchase the products and services the religious person is offering.  If you let people make their own decisions about who they can and can't discriminate against, bigotted people will make bigotted decisions.  That's why, the UK at least,...
I think there needs to be clear distinction made between businesses having to provide bespoke products and services for people and business having to provide their standard products and services to people.  For instance, under no cirumstances should it be OK for a business to deny selling a product to a gay person that they would otherwise be quite happy to sell to a straight person under the same terms.  A bed & breakfast in the UK was fined for discriminating against a...
 Well, no, because the product or service they are providing is exactly the same regardless of whether the customer is gay, black, female or clingon.  The provider of the product or service isn't being forced to do anything against their belief system.  If selling hamburgers is against their belief system, perhaps they shouldn't have got into the hamburger business?
You're right in the sense that no one comes up with any original ideas or thoughts any more; it's just the same old stuff said over and over again.  I think this forum (and all others) needs to get out more.  
I don't accept that the S3 Is pretty good, and that's after owning and using one for a couple of weeks. On its own it's pretty good, but in comparison tO a 4S, it's not. I don't know why people can't accept that not everyone shares the same opinion.
    To my knowledge, Nokia has only ever considered Symbian, Meego and Windows Phone phones as smartphones (and they are all smartphone OSes).  Nokia's Series 30 and 40 phones are all feature phones, and are counted as such.        I agree with you.  The profit trend was already downwards before Elop took over, so it was only a matter of time anyway before Nokia started to lose money, regardless of whether Elop was in charge or not.  The problem was, Nokia were on this...
I don't think that excuses Apple from advertising a feature that cant be used in the uk.
I'd bet the vast vast majority of British consumers have no idea what a 4G network is let alone whether they have access to one. It's definitely misleading and Apple should just continue to sell the iPad in such countries as Wifi + 3G until any 4G capability can be utilised.I think Apple should only use 4G as a headline feature in areas where that capability is actually available now. When I see a product advertised I don't expect to see something i can't actually use in...
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