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I don't see that. I seem to recall paying for Mobile Me, yet I haven't paid a dime for iCloud (yet).
  Bingo! Definitely was a factor in my decision. When I was with Verizon, my phones (Blackberry, etc.) prior to the iPhone were all loaded with their crap bloatware.
  Yeah, for me it's called the myAT&T app I downloaded from the app store.
  "It" puts the lotion on "its" skin otherwise it gets the hose again.   But seriously, the only less ethical company I know of was Enron.
  Personally, I don't think I've ever been prompted to buy something or use a service that was advertised to me in an ad on a web page. I realize they're paying for AI, but sometimes I think I'd rather just pay a subscription fee for access to a website I really enjoy.
  What annoys the heck out of me is that ads keep popping up for things I'm no longer interested in because I've already bought them!
  Totally agree with you that it's not worth the $700 asking price and as for it only being compatible with those two Sony TVs, well yeah, of course. What else would you use it with?
  Well, if this is any indication...   http://store.sony.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10551&storeId=10151&langId=-1&productId=8198552921666556068#specifications   It comes preloaded with 10 movies with room for more (presumably). Wonder what the specs will be for the 4k streaming network.
  Just a clarification, I would hardly call Sony's XBR-55X900A a "cheap model". It happens to be their top-of-the-line 55" set. But yes, the $5k price is spot on.
  Did you catch Sound City? Great doc!
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