Originally Posted by MacRulez
Yeah, choosing a body builder in an expensive irregular election to fix a budget problem that only got worse was not the best choice.
But please keep in mind that CA is not only the world's...
Originally Posted by HCrefugee
I'd much prefer a Ken Burns documentary of Apple, Jobs, and Silicon Valley to a flashy pseudo bio pic meant to fill Sony's coffers.
I think Errol Morris (Fog of War, The Thin Blue Line) would be...
The ridges on the inside cover leave streaks down the screen. I have to constantly clean the glass just to get rid of the vertical smudges (not sure what that micro fiber is supposed to be doing). Otherwise I like the cover, especially...
Originally Posted by ConradJoe
Well, given that a couple of years later, they are valued at 40 times that amount, it is anybody's guess whether Apple's offer was sufficient to get what Apple desired.
No, wait. We need not...
Originally Posted by elroth
Then there's this:
"Forbes remarks that Dropbox is now up to over 50 million users, and should reach $240 million in 2011 revenue despite 96 percent of its subscribers being on the...
Originally Posted by stelligent
The fact is that there was VC money. Dropbox was funded by Seqouia Capital in 2007, and completed another round in summer of 2009, before this Jobs meeting at the end of 2009.
So you are kind...
Originally Posted by boeyc15
I think that sums it up. I wonder if they were locked into certain investors so the offer was 'not enough'
Believe me, if there was vc money in the venture they would have sold.
Originally Posted by Realistic
The 89% is strictly the iPad's portion of all TABLET internet traffic. Each line totals ≈100% so 33.5% is the iPad's portion of all internet traffic in Canada which includes all...
The main point of the article is ipad's percentage of the tablet market (the 89%), but the table seems to show the various operating systems contribution. I just do not see where they get 89% from the data shown. (although this does...