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All the negative numbers together don't add up to 19% so the explanation of 119% is still confusing. It seems to me the table says one thing then the author of the article says another. I don't have any reason to believe the table was manipulated but I'm also having trouble understanding how the author misread the numbers.    ps. It's entirely possible that I'm misreading the table but the article certainly doesn't help me understand how to arrive at 87.4%.
Not "a report out of the Far East" but "Korea". Nice going. Looks like someone just got a map.   
 Maybe it is in the linked article but it's behind a paywall.
 By "unbelievable" do you mean you found it good or horrible?
I guess Clippy and Bob never worked out. Let's try out a different assistant each decade. lol
Won't this muddy the app market?
 I hope you were kidding. Cause if you were then haha. I don't think that a policy of hiding the truth fosters good governance. What they do in their personal lives should be safe from prying but what they do in their official capacity benefits from being shown.   It is error only, and not truth, that shrinks from inquiry. ~ Thomas Paine Edit: adding a note that I do get it if it's just a (poor) joke.
Cringe-worthy photo. Smug blowing a kiss at a phone?!? But, man, I'm popping some popcorn and getting ready to watch this fight. Go get 'em ATT. Go for it "un-carrier". http://www.att.com/att/switcherpromo/#fbid=tW0dluAJBSW
LOL. Love that they retain the flashlight button for the control center.
 Got it. That makes sense. It would be a nice feature. I just think it might prove distracting. Someone might want to receive calls or go so far as ditching a traditional phone altogether. Apple may need to be ready for that. Even Skype has the Skype-In as an a la carte feature. Anyway, discussion of the details aside, if Apple tackled it you know it would be done right.
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