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I don't understand; what's Motorola's endgame? (Still very Dilger-esque, but an interesting read.)
Please, enough of this tripe from Dilger. He's an interestingly flamous fanboy, but this can't be called anything that approaches journalism. Take him off of the standard RSS feed, please. Some of us want insider news, not insider propaganda. It's easy to predict which articles are his, but I'm tired of having to slog through them.
Thanks for the rumor, Samsung.
Compare Apples to apples, please. How did they do compared to students who annotated text in their textbooks? Or took decent notes? Or did anything other than pick their nose?How did the students playing Angry Birds on their iPad do vs. kids who took notes on paper?And if we're comparing those kids who left their iPads at home or destroyed them vs. those who were active enough to remember, causation is pretty much too strong.(And as others have pointed out... n = 18? I...
Why would people jump at an iPhone 4.1? If anything, Joe Consumer will jump at *any* perceived advance, even if they thing only *looks* completely different. If it looks the same and the improvements are subtle, I'm not sold that this'll sell any better than the 4 sells now (not that that's the end of the world for Apple). Better antenna and camera! Yay! RLY?
Hrm, so, um, how much for what's left over?
It's only $100 to go from 2 Gigs to 4 Gigs of RAM in the base model. It's $200 to bump up to the next higher tier of 11" MBA, which is, strangely, what iFixIt suggests you do.Since the SSD remains upgradeable, I don't see any reason to spend that ($200 minus $100 for more RAM equals an) extra $100 for a larger SSD. Keep the base and customize with 2 more Gigs of RAM and be done. Unless you're in an Apple Store that's not in China and you want the MBA NOW.You might go...
Looking at that picture, "survived" is a heck of an overstatement.
I'm more confused with the idea of which OS folks prefer. Can you really survey OS preference, or are they really measuring which platform (phone + OS) people plan to buy? That is, I greatly prefer iOS, but with Virgin Mobile's all the data you want for $25/month, I went with an Android phone. Do I count as a customer who prefers iOS or Android for the purposes of this survey? Seems the way the questions were framed (if this story represents them accurately), you could...
Pretty homogenous looking top 10 there. If the bald guy didn't shave, it'd be 9 outta 10. Probably is time for Ballmer to go. I don't dislike him as a CEO completely, but when's the last time he said something more intuitive and market-related than, "Developers, developers, developers, developers"? "GIVE IT UP FOR MEEEEEEEEEE!" -- Steve Ballmer
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