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"And a quad-core 64-bit A8 SoC." why not an octo-core ? it's better.
"if you think about it" I thought about it, and no, it does not make sense, invalidating your whole theory of "thinking about it".
I like all theses changes. Apple was going too far and it was not helpful for a clear and easy to read interface.
"I think, its fun to be in France to see stupid things like this. " yes, it's fun. it prevents us to live horrible things like that: American Way of Birth, Costliest in the World : http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/01/health/american-way-of-birth-costliest-in-the-world.html?hp&_r=0 (and no better).
"Socialist attitudes, socialist gov't, non-competitive attitudes prevail" and I have to remind you, ANTI-competitive LAWS are EUROPEAN UNION laws, not French ones. Mostly like US laws. - The DOJ vs Apple about Ibooks store have NO equivalent in EU. So, who is the most collectivist here ?
"Socialist attitudes, socialist gov't, non-competitive attitudes prevail" first: It's laws passed under right-wing government. The previous president was mostly like yours republican. @jungmark 2013/07/01 08:56am "This is the same country where it's illegal to work more than 35 hrs a week." it's false. or a lie. 35h is the legal work time. it means it's the basic period for negotiations in enterprise and state workers. Me for example, I work 39h/week, with...
I cannot understand how you can imagine it's a "raid" like it was policemen with guns screaming "go go go" or whatever the army Oo it's just an judiciary intervention to obtains documents before they can be destroyed or hidden. it's like your typical FBI raid for business cases. - "Who would want to do business in that country?" anyone.
"and a fingerprint sensor is a very secure, proven reliable form of security (especially when compared to facial recognition)." no it's not. Because of resolution concerns, lacks of different points of information and so on, it's easy to have many persons having the same fingerprints for cheap captors you have in laptop or mobiles. You can also fool them. It can be convenient, but not secure for sure.
"It is the something for nothing Google loving crowd that has brought this to bare. Since people are stealing their products by copying and with the recent events where Google and others are copying IP and the courts seem to think you can't protect software, they are locking you in by a subscription model that requires a commitment to their software and their continued development. " hu WHAT ??? There is NOTHING to do with Google, or whatever crazy generation of "google...
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