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 Very good!
No, it is not incorrect.  Data is an unusual case where it can be either a count noun or a mass noun, because of the way usage of the word has shifted.   http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/is-data-singular-or-plural   So common use allows for both forms, but within the sciences, and in a stricter world, "data suggest" would be the more correct form.   http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/american_english/data   As I said, "data suggests"...
Suggests sounds right, but suggest is grammatically correct. Better to avoid altogether and rewrite the sentence IMO.
I'm pretty sure Sony had some major input into the Powerbook 100, which was one of the initial three Powerbooks. http://lowendmac.com/ed/lebron/ll07/0808.html
IIRC she had seen the prosecution's evidence in advance of the trial, and before she made that comment.  It was standard procedures, and she was simply stating `her opinion of the evidence going into the case, which is fine. EDIT: It wasn't just the prosecution's evidence, both sides filed lengthy documents.  Here are the pretrial memos that Judge Cote was basing her self described "tentative view"...
  Did you watch the video?
Fair point, though again, once it's in your pocket I don't think it matters all that much.  Also, do phones really vary all that much in weight distribution?  Most of them that I've come across seem pretty uniform.
I guess the difference you've excluded is the exterior material, which might feel different in the hand, but I can't see how it'd feel appreciably different in the pocket, certainly not to the degree that any reasonable person would care. Or did you mean something else that I've missed?
Are your thoughts processes seriously "can't think of a way out of this corner, accuse the other person of not being able to read, there's no way they can defend against that" ?   Your self-delusion and arrogance is comical, but you aren't fooling me.  You're the court jester
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