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every once a month, i went to a local book fair to buy some used books for cheap. for sure those printed objects are not favors to many ppl anymore, but their residual values lie on reselling them high by buying it cheap first. most young are late while early birds are most seniors. specially in the cold winter, it is a pity to see those seniors standing outside for the ticket to get in first. well, everything is pretty civil until the book fair door is open. you wanna me...
for christ's sake, enlighten me how an altercation in waiting to buy an iPhone will change a culture?
for samsung to build a ultra slim machine is not hard. the point is that ppl have been always thinking PCs are cheap. so no matter how hard samsung can try, the profit for them is not that bright.
i hate it verrrrrrrrrrrrry much... when i ordered a residential internet service, the phone was dropped once. then month later, i was given a 2 bills for 2 services at the same address location. i spent some hours to argue with them for the mistake they had, but no avail even though my name and phone number on this extra service are not correct. so i decided to pay and close the wrong account. i did not need their modem and they still charged me $7 per month. i do have...
the article is talking about the new SALE market share figure, not device number market share, per OS. per my understanding, SALE figure is: given a number of total smart phone new activations during holiday season as H, the share of the SALE is (X/H), X is the number of phones sold by a given OS brand. android has had constant product release almost every month while apple only does 1 per year. so it is pretty good performance for apple during this quarter. robin from...
i saw a car in china, resembling mercedes s500, except the trade mark star as upside down.
$500m to improve reliability and performance? it would need another $500m to get it really working. so by the time it gets into market, i am not sure it would make any differences.
those enterprise policies are man made, not the physical law. think about it, over the past decade, enterprise has been dominated by MS and its cloned devices. with hardware precision advancing so much, why are ppl moving away from MS platform to apple devices which are not qualified for IT support? i do want to give enterprise IT professionals credits for creating such tightly integrated network/service to their users. but did they notice ppl's exodus to apple products? i...
well, 5-9s really sounds like a myth. i heard ppl talking about it like reciting bible. while while back people worked/lived on connection-oriented network where network has to be up all the time. now in connectionless-oriented network, do we really need 5-9s? a phone operator used to tell me that he can not imagine a million of customers calling in for a broken phone call if his network glitches more than 50ms. in newer generation of network setup, one glitch here might...
it sounds like IBM's watson...
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