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We are talking about Google still right? Not Apple? If a private company does something I don't like I stop using their products. I am free to use any product I want for search, phones, web browsing, etc. I am not forced to use their products and at such time that I find their services and policies problematic, I will switch. They can't "force feed" me anything. However, the Government can. They can enact rules that I can't escape. How is it you get this so backwards? This...
The latest shake down of a company by the EU. While I know it will never happen, I wish these companies would just give the EU a big FU and pull out of their markets. It is the only way this BS will change. -kpluck
Right now Apple is selling 5 different iPad models, (2) iPads and (3) iPad Minis not including wifi/cell variants. And apparently, another model will be coming.   They need to thin out their product matrix a bit. Also, get a little more competitive with storage. Make the base high end models with 64GB of storage (iPad Air 2), base low end models would be okay with 32GB.   All models should have touch ID and full ApplePay compatibility just like the iPhone 6/6+...
I guess it is good that they changed the base storage of iOS devices to 32GB instead of 16GB....oh wait   -kpluck
Well if we have learned anything from the Obama administration it is that the US Constitution and US laws really don't play a role in anything they do. -kpluck
The easy answer is "in for a penny, in for a pound." In other words, if you are going to publish link bait articles, you might as well play it up for all that it is worth. -kpluck
Actually, Incipio was the first.. http://************/2015/01/04/review-incipios-offgrid-express-for-iphone-6/ -kpluck
Tim Cook has lost all creditability.   -kpluck
How dare you suggest a citizen of a country be more concerned about their own problems then the rest of the world. Racist!  Yes, look towards the UK as a model. They certainly have things figured out. 
I just noticed HP has rolled out some new Windows 8.1 tablets called the Stream 7 and the Stream 8 for $100/$150. They definitely are targeted to the low end of the market but they are most definitely not "pure trash". The interesting thing about these tablets is that they both come with 1 year of Office 365 Personal which would run at least $70 if purchased alone. That makes these things a real bargain. Competition, good for everyone. -kpluck
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