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Not quite in the tech realm. You know exactly what was meant. You're just being clever here, but being contrarian purely for its own sake doesn't change the situation.  It was a commonly-held belief that Microsoft and OEMs won the PC "wars." That's the phrasing that was (and still is) used. It is within the context of *that* particular meaning in which I made my comment.  You already know this, though. Whether you think the phrasing is grammatically or technically...
Apple won the PC wars. Just not in the way anyone really expected. Doing vertical development *right* = a superior product. And you can happily charge for it.
Amazing numbers. So what does Satya Nadella throw? Chairs? Disparaging comments about raises for women in the workplace? Kinect units? I'm all confuzzled.
The moment Apple confirmed and showcased their watch, is the moment MS' watch fantasies ran aground in the rough sea of reality. Microsoft can launch it TOMORROW, and no one will really care. Just like it is with their entire mobile lineup.
While you might think that Apple doesn't like Mini people, this isn't true. Apple likes Mini people just fine.There just aren't enough of you buying these things (not to mention at a price that would be worthwhile for Apple) for Apple to have any incentive to put more effort into the line.The market has been trending away from desktops (except for AIOs) since the mid 2000s.Additionally, Apple is still able to keep costs down on the Mini by still delivering something decent...
Looks like the folks over at Dropbox have nothing to worry about for the time being.
Was just about to post that if your Mac doesn't meet the required Bluetooth spec, you're screwed in terms of Handoff (but not necessarily in terms of other features under the "Continuity" Umbrella, like SMS relay and Phone relay, etc.)   It's really too bad, but Bluetooth moves forward as well. What's a bit disappointing is that the spec happens to be included in only 2012 Macs and up.    That's 2012 and later, folks, believe it or not.   It seems a little too...
 It's being replaced.   Stepped into an iPhone 6 just yesterday. Updated to 8.0.2 immediately.  Bluetooth: haven't tried it yet.  Rotation: works fine.  WiFi: works just fine. Had it on all evening and night. Now what?
Whatever your opinion of Beats, The brand now MATTERS... Because it's connected to the most important consumer tech brand on the planet.
  Gil Amelio would never have allowed this. 
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