So, shouldn't the headline read something like "Amazon inflates streaming library numbers, unofficial Netflix stats use same method"? Netflix actually isn't saying anything about their numbers. They're not misleading anyone, in...
Originally Posted by jragosta
That's the most important sentence in the article. Lots of theatrics.
Let's see if we can follow this:
1. Amazon had a strong majority (something like 80% or more) of the eBook market.
Apple convinced publishers to switch to their model, which has made it impossible for Amazon to compete.
Apparently this is better than Amazon's model which made it impossible for anyone else to compete?
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
Same was said about Apple in 2007, remember.
And Apple proved everyone wrong. Google has yet to prove anyone wrong. Show me the people saying that web search would never take off, or that...
Originally Posted by emacs72
i don't think anecdotal evidence can be used to categorically refute information that's probably gathered empirically. in your example, "everything else was literally an iPad", could mean...
I keep seeing these types of ratio stories pop up.
But where the hell is the other 39%? I saw a couple PlayBooks while in Waterloo. I've seen a single person using a Galaxy Tab. Everything else was literally an iPad.
Edit: And on that...
I have justification for a 4.45" display, almost 4.6". A 4.45" display with 1280x720 resolution would have a pixel density identical to the 4/4S, so onscreen elements would be physically the exact same size, but overall...
Originally Posted by I am a Zither Zather Zuzz
I wonder what FRAND encumbered SIM card patents currently exist? I wonder how much companies are currently asking and getting for royalties?
Is Apple offering something that...