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I'll tell you want is crap... The Nike+iPod dongle for the nano. It's not made for running. Use one for a while and *pop*, out it comes. And when it pops, Nike+ decides that you've finished your workout. No way to say, "No I didn't; please continue adding data now that I've stuck the dongle back in." Nike+ on the nano is worthless. On the touch, it's not bad -- the best pedometer on the market. On the iPhone, it's greatly and easily surpassed by Runkeeper (or even...
Give me a break. You can install apps from the net on Android phones without rooting them. They're nothing close to iOS' closedness. I'm not saying that's a better policy than Apple's, but it's not a pot-kettle situation like it sounds like in the post.
Looks like a yes.Still, even with this news, it's not like I'm going to go out and buy a 2009 Mac Pro. Prices are still insane, even for used.
I've wondered about that too. This looks like the perfect Asus XG Game Station implementation. Now you're not just talking laptops, but every Mac short of a PowerMac as your potential market.
Thank you. What a load. How people get paid and make headlines with craptastic crud like this, I have no idea. I mean "soon" could very well mean taking the below and subbing 2011 for 201.This is why it's important not to depend on brokers for advice on specific companies when investing. Unless they've got a fetish for something and are studying it compulsively, even the "best" don't say jack.
All this chip bloat makes me suspicious that AMD vs. Intel isn't quite creating the competitive, fairly balanced market you'd want it to see.
Maybe. It's not like major brokers with index funds don't have other investments that'll start changing now.To over-simplify like mad, pretend somebody's got a third of their firm's cash in AAPL, a third in MSFT, and a third in NASDAQ's index. They know that soon they'll need to take, what, 12% of a third... 4% of their total worth in AAPL stock out of out of the index fund. Why not plan to move that to the AAPL chunk (it's like they get to buy 4% of their worth in AAPL...
Because its value has skyrocketed in the last several years in a way NASDAQ didn't see coming.If the AAPL stock was worth 10% of the NASDAQ, and it doubled in value while others' went down, you've easily got AAPL at over 20%. See?These index funds essentially have one share of AAPL, one share of MSFT, etc. So when the value of the individual stocks go up and down, so does the index. But AAPL's done so well lately that its contribution to the NASDAQ index is out of...
There's no April 1st feel about Sony giving Apple a camera at all?
Is this why we don't care about Sandy Bridge issues?
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