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It's not about the necessity to upgrade, it's about the ability to upgrade and the ease of upgrading. That whole 'choice' thing we hear from google.
Streetview = yawn
And instead of seeking a monetary award, Apple should ask for Motorola to place full page ads apologizing, in every magazine the original ad was published.
My apologies - I thought the headline was referring to the workers having a massive party to celebrate the the iPhone 5's successful launch. Then I read the story. We're doomed.
Okay, so I've been playing with maps and when you go to a major metropolitan city, (I did Toronto and Chicago) that is cool. Now I see what the fuss is about. Problem is the other 99% is not there yet. I don't think they should have removed the old google map app yet.
I don't think passbook does anything yet. Why release it if it doesn't do anything? Maybe I'm missing something here.
Maps is okay, but what's with the clouds? I can't see my house because of a big cloud overhead. And I wish they didn't remove the YouTube app.
I want a device where I can choose the content - whether it be subscribing to a network, a specific channel, or an individual TV series. Preferably separate from my TV (like an Apple TV) so if it breaks, I can just replace it.
You can make an interac transfer which emails a link for the recipient to follow to retrieve their money. Not quite as simple as handing over cash, but it is the next best thing.
A year ago Kodak's market cap was something in the order of $80-100,000 million. If these patents are so valuable, somebody could have made a generous offer then and got not only the patents, but the Kodak brand as well, or what's left of it. Apple could have bought it and kept it a separate entity like Claris, and produced high quality consumer digital imaging products - cameras and printers, and re-evaluate all the other markets Kodak is in.
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