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I had not expected that Apple would give away iWork. Guess they're not getting enough traction on selling it. I see it in iCloud and haven't given it much of a spin yet. But it makes sense. Now is a good opportunity to take advantage of Microsoft's lumbering steps into the tablet world that already exists. It just showcases how far ahead the iOS ecosystem remains. Microsoft Office isn't dominant because it's the best. It's because they're great at licensing and catering...
Sounds like this is more important politically than for Apple or Samsung's bottom line. Some cheers from this side saying that justice prevails and some jeers from that side saying that the treatment is unfair. Personally I'm glad that this drama doesn't tip the sides too much.
Shrine of Apple. 0_0  Bravo, sir.
That's some life-changing amount of money right there. I can't even imagine what they could do but fortunately there are some smart people in charge over there in Cupertino. This could transform the company. Buying a carrier is one idea that's been mentioned on AI that makes sense and is horrendous at the same time. Bring Elon Musk on board, heck, Dean Kamen as well, and fund some real "think different" ideas and do some real transformational stuff.   Edit: Ray Ozzie,...
 I wasn't so sure of that so tried to do some confirmation. Wikipedia contradicts what you're stating about those being owned by Sprint. They're not even partially owned by them. Sprint has dipped their toes into the market but I believe they no longer have pre-paid offerings. I've been doing the math on this.
I'm scratching my head at why this and the Virgin Mobile story are news. I mean, whether or not they announced this, just go ahead and buy a Sprint phone and a Boost plan. Or VM, Boost, Kajeet, PlatinumTel,... All this really means, I think, Boost will also participate in advertising the product and their support staff will be fully trained on the iPhone. I'm welcoming corrections here...
What does this mean that it's coming to VM? Why can't you just buy one from Sprint and activate on VM? Or buy an unlocked ATT-compatible from Apple and use with StraightTalk? Isn't this just a question about radio/band supported? This talk about it coming to this regional carrier or that MVNO is certainly confusing to me.
Crazy amount of space. Hard to fathom that many servers, that much storage. That much cyberspace.   It does look like a lot of space out there, of course, but if it just to house servers why not stick a second floor on the existing data center? Just musing. Rhetorical question. I know this really isn't the right forum to ask these kinds of questions.
This is well done and looks really cool. It highlights what's good without going back over and over about how you can do so much with it. It just focuses on one thing. Only one tweak needed - cover up the Microsoft logo.       Seriously, I'm surprised about how Windows isn't even mentioned. The fact that it's a Microsoft product is fairly subtle. It's possible for Microsoft to release good (maybe even fantastic) stuff but they've knee-capped themselves by holding onto...
 "...the new iOS 7 software avaialble..."
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