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Interesting.  They are basically doubling in size as a result of this single transaction:   http://www.rpxcorp.com/rpx-services/rpx-sell-your-patent/   "RPX is one of the leading buyers in the patent market. Since 2008, we have invested more than $890 million to acquire more than 4,900 US and international patent assets..."   "Transaction Size: Our transactions to date have ranged from acquisitions of individual patents to acquisitions of portfolios consisting of...
You're not the CRAZY one.
You're not the CRAZY one.
Exactly.  Apple might (should, IMO) offer a "phone-sized phone" but they need to get Touch ID on all their phones.
I keep a rack of iPads in my bathrooms for guests.  They are much more popular than Readers' Digest.  There might be a germ issue, but I haven't really thought about it.
Because it's not an elegant solution.  I'm sure there are lots of people like me (who use both an MacBook and an iPad) and my wife (who just uses an iPad--except when she has to log into the crappy school portal what doesn't work properly on iOS Safari).  I have zero interest in running iOS apps on my MacBook nor do I want Mac apps running poorly on an iOS device.  Two OSes on on device is not the Apple way (and yes I know that Macs can boot as Windows boxes, but that's...
Sigh.  I will point out once again that a company that did nothing other than sell 10 million devices with an average selling price in one year would make the Fortune 500 list. Maybe I should be the Anti-Frost:  "If Apple sells at least 1 million Apple Phones the first year (and I am certain they will), it will be the most earth-shattering business success since the Model T.  Frankly everything Apple has done before that will pale in comparison.  We'll be trying to...
Your definition of "sucking" is being up 12% for the quarter?  Good thing you don't work on Wall Street.
Many, many people could do without a physical TV set (and still enjoy TV-like programming).  My teenaged kids almost never use "a phone."  They text and Skype and whatever, but never "talk on the phone."  You need to update your thinking to the 21st century.  A smart device on your wrist isn't just a watch any more than a phone in your pocket is a "phone."
My household has purchased at least 10 iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads.  The money I've saved on not buying Apple Care would pay for 2 more devices.  No, Apple Care does not add $100 to every purchase.
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