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Loosing sight a bit and needing glasses sucks. There is unfortunately no way to tell if a larger display on a new iPhone is going to help here; that would only work if they keep the amount of pixels the same, yet I think that if Apple were to release a larger display on a new iPhone it will have increased the # of pixels, making reading glasses still a necessity.
Mess with which market, exactly? 2013 had 1B smartphone buyers; the end of the dumb phone is near:http://readwrite.com/2013/08/14/the-death-of-the-dumb-phone-is-near#awesm=~oBw18mYjkuMVV4http://techcrunch.com/2014/02/13/smartphones-outsell-dumb-phones-globally/
As to the 3rd person in the picture, maybe he's hell-bend over the large front¿ (isn't that an American saying, hell-bend? Is it a good play of words?)Photographers usually aren't in the picture.Isn't it supposedly tapered? Meaning the top will be thicker, due to the camera and not going for a 'sticking-out camera design'? Then with the thinner bottom one could still use it one-handed if you're 'holding it right'.Then again, it could also be a new smartphone from Samsung....
Good point. Reading up on it now. The compression is quit the feature; good of them to bring it to the world through BSD license.
There's an easy to understand .pdf on EXR on their website:http://www.openexr.com/TechnicalIntroduction.pdf
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So they admit their smartphones don't sell on their own merits. Gotcha.After Samsung, he could run for office.Wow. Samsung hires people who don't even go through their new employers' product line? I like to find out as much as I can when getting a new job. No, before that; I want to know everything there is to know in order to decide whether I want to apply or not. Double fail here, I say.If that were true then why did people buy their smartphones? Don't tell me it's...
That's true; in some pants it fits just fine.
Good point!Just finished the rest of the article. LOL-ed at this piece:"He had a history with April Fools' pranks: one 1 April while he was an executive at Sun, colleagues dismantled a working Volkswagen Beetle and re-assembled it in his office."Supposedly still on YouTube, but I can't find it...
Thanks replying, thanks for the link. But...this doesn't tell me if he's an integer person. The article writes about 'Don't be evil' which as I understand it was never Google's 'tagline', or whatever you want to call it. Supposedly it was someone else who wrote it about Google, and the world tagged it as it being theirs'. Whatever.The tax avoidance portion of the article; I'm all for it. Companies' main drive is to make money, and if one can pay less tax legally, they...
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