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IBM didn't kill the AS/400.  Get your facts straight.  I (we) do lots of "AS/400" work.  IBM did not kill-off the AS/400.  It has been renamed to the i5, iSeries, and now the "IBM i" . There are even cloud-based "AS/400" services too.  We're purchasing another "AS/400" from IBM this year.   Those that have use it, swear by them.  The big shops know that.  There are plenty of big-name operations out there using the systems reliably, and at far less cost in the long-term...
Users know that PC's are junk.  EVERYONE knows that, even the hardcore PC fanboys, and those kids just flat-out don't want to admit it in public. Macs are just the best machines around.  Whether they be iMacs, Pros, or MacBooks, you get something called "VALUE" for your money.  Sure, a $1000 iMac is more expensive than a $300 BestBuy dumpster special.   My PC friends always contact me to ask how to decontaminate their virus/spyware-laden systems, corrupted registries, or...
You must work in management, or in politics that require you to spin everything about great things being all because of you."If things work out great, it's because of your leadership and vision.  If it fails horribly, then it's someone else's fault." - That's what I read from your comment.A customer made him aware of a situation (you say "suggest"), he investigated it, found it to be true, and made the necessary changes.  The difference is that someone at Apple contacted...
"High-End" and "Android" were never meant to be in the same sentence. Honestly, they can make an Android phone built out of solid diamond for all I care, and it'll STILL suck badly because of the crap OS running it. Honestly, do these clowns really think the market is that stupid to not notice?
Oh yes... because I SHOULD believe everything that comes out from Google...http://www.dailytech.com/Googles+Eric+Schmidt+Says+Android+is+More+Secure+Than+iPhone/article33515.htm
1.  I love the thin design.  I like that Apple cares about appearance, as well as what goes inside.  I have zero problem with it.  In addition, it's lighter, uses less resources, and on the logistics level, saving weight, packaging, etc. means less fuel burned shipping that stuff everywhere in the world.2. Most people will never upgrade their iMac once it's on their desk.  That's the reality.  The 27" iMac can upgrade memory easily.  Everything else (including memory on...
Count me as one of those people that have not bought a replacement iMac (mine's a late 2009) until I see the next refresh.
Then you should have also told Tim Cook you keep that Samcrap phone to remind you of how bad it is on the other side of the smartphone spectrum. 
I hope Samsung's downward spiral continues.  They truly deserve it. Making fun of iPhone owners (and potential customers), not helping. Being under the microscope to create their own product, and not copy Apple, not helping.   Sketchy quality control - not helping   Lying to everyone - not helping   Being an all-around scummy company that rips of everyone's IP - not helping. Being Samsung - definitely not helping.
They are literally giving-away Android junk phones.  As far as I'm concerned, it's just market-dumping. What I find hard to understand is why the Android fanboys just flat-out refuse to believe studies like these.  Most consumers for Android devices are cost-concious, folks that most likely have limited phone plans.  I certainly believe - from my own personal experience only - that many Android users are just so technically inept, they use their Android phones really as a...
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