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The question one has to ask is: "Do I want GoogleTV in my TV?" For me the answer is hell no. I just want a high quality big-ass screen that's as dumb as a brick. All it needs is 1 HDMI and component inputs. I will provide the content myself, thank you.
I don't think the Kindle Fire is going to have any affect on iPad sales whatsoever. It will obviously change the market share #s because industry analyists will group the Fire in the same tablet category as iPads, but it's not going to affect actual iPad sales. I'll be shocked if when the numbers come in Apple hasn't sold like 17 million of the things.
I see great potential for success, so long as the majority of the world's population remains honest. I guess the question becomes, where is the tipping point?
Not sure I can trust anything they say (and it's not just because of the bad iPhone 4 review they did). They've reviewed many products/services poorly in the past, why should I believe them now? Here's my take on their US carriers review: Out to lunch. I'm currently on AT&T. Am I completely happy? No. They all suck to some degree. But, AT&T has given me a pretty good deal since the 1st gen iPhone. Their data is the fastest, and pretty reliable. Their customer...
Well, yea, but it's only $199.00! ...At least, unlike Windows, people aren't pretending that the user experience is great.
You're still confused. It's probably 8 years of study in the 'discipline' that has you confused. I don't don't want to sound disrespectful, but moral relativism is utter horseshit. Most folks realize this, or at least they used to. Here's a few points for you, and then I'll have to be all done with this discussion: I didn't say smoking is immoral, I said promoting the practice is. There's a big difference. People choose a course of action because they have agency. ...
You're getting law, rights and morality confused. I didn't say anything about smoking or stealing being illegal, or of taking away anyone's agency. One day you will come to learn that morality doesn't come from the opinions of people in societies, morality is absolute. Societies determine what laws that society should abide by. There are plenty of things that can be legal, socially acceptable, and freely available for people to choose to participate in, but which are...
Morality isn't a question of opinion. There are people who have differing opinions on various moral subjects for sure, however in the end there is only one right answer, which means the other people are wrong, whether they like it or not. Two examples: 1. Smoking or promoting smoking helps nobody. It doesn't matter how people feel about it, in the end the results are always the same - death, disease, and stench (unless something else kills you before the cigs do). ...
It's not any one cause, it's the combination of several. iPad sales have indeed impacted PC sales, but not enough by itself to cause such losses in the DRAM market. In addition to iPad sales, it could be argued that smartphone sales have also impacted PC sales, but to a lesser extent. Another reason for DRAM sales losses is the world wide economic recession. I work at a large company, and we're not buying PCs or upgrading at the rate we were when times were good....
Well, it would seem new ivy-bridge based MBAs will be on their way some time next year. If Apple ships an 11" MBA starting at $899, I'll be grinning ear-to-ear.
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