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huerix, you need to add fiber to your diet. The fact is that the only iPhone that you are forced to purchase from Apple is the iPhone itself. Chargers, docks, extra ear buds, and other peripherals are available from third parties like Griffin. I usually purchase my iPhones at the AT&T Store. These peripherals are right there on AT&T's carousels and none of them at branded Apple.   As for Macs, virtually no peripheral today is Mac-exclusive. What is more, the only...
POWER is a RISC-based chipset. The original PowerPC was a single-chip implementation of POWER. Apparently latter versions of PowerPC and POWER cross-pollinated each other. POWER3 was based on PowerPC 620. POWER3 was originally intended to be the PowerPC 630. The last PowerPC family, the PowerPC 970 aka PPC G5, was based on the POWER4 chipset. The current POWER chip set is the POWER7.
Absolutely not. If the past predicts the future, then the 2013 iPhone is likely to be the iPhone 5S. 
It is the complete installation of the latest version of iMovie.
  Preach, brother. The public image of Wintel is that that it is the platform of computer nerds. The truth is the diametric opposite. Wintel is the platform of wage slaves. The throngs of IT staff act as overseers on the cubicle plantation. IT is not particularly competent. So, they hold on to their power by keeping the wage slaves ignorant and their bosses in the dark.
  Yes. It is amazing that some many have forgotten just how bad XP was. Soon after its release, XP quickly assumed the title of "Most virus-ridden OS in history." Not only did XP suffered more viruses than its DOS-based Windows siblings, the viruses that attacked it were more malicious than those that attacked its less sophisticated siblings. The customer base was not amused. This prompted Bill Gates to develop the now famous "security through obscurity" excuse. In...
And we know that the print drivers are Mountain Lion-compatible because ... ?
  No, but we do know where to buy a better phone than the S3.
  New logos for top rank companies often cost into the $1 billions to develop. When you consider all of the work that must have been required to develop Microsoft's unique new look, it is inconceivable that it cost less.   This new look represents the Microsoft that we have come to know and love better than any of its previous logos. Great job, Microsoft! It was worth every $1 million that you spent on it.
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