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Doesn't Samsung and Toshiba make hard drives too? My first mac had a 500MB IBM IDE drive; every Mac I've owned since then came with a Toshiba hard drive.
Well I hope you're just as busy posting on Ferrari fan sites campaigning to reduce the Ferrari Tax or Continental Airlines to reduce the First Class Tax, after all you're on the same plane heading the same direction as economy so why pay so much more? If you took your own advice and thought for yourself you'll realise Apple doesn't force anyone into buying their products, unlike taxes; if people felt they were overpriced there are plenty of alternatives as you've often...
unlike his previous leave of absence Jobs remains as the CEO. He hopes to be back as soon as possible. We can see from the previous couple of years that the Apple board have delivered well: new products and a new class of product which have rattled their competitors and have them scrambling over each other in a rush to imitate the successful iPad.
this user has nothing better to do with their time than to post persistently anti Apple or anti Jobs statements on AppleInsider despite how foolish or preposterous they turn out to be, just view their last 25 posts. That's all I'm going to do to feed this troll, don't waste any more time, it's precious as anybody who's been seriously unwell can attest to.
http://www.businessinsider.com/forme...-tablet-2011-1 The scariest thing is that he was an executive in corporate development with RIM!
I'm sure there was a similar concept thrown around by IBM ...ten years ago. I believe it's fair to say today's smartphones have better performance than the desktops of ten fifteen years ago. Do people really want to have yesterday's desktop with today's smartphones? On reflection, the netbook craze did take off a few years ago but nobody really talks about those now.
Orange UK don't offer it at all, paid or otherwise.
nht I think you have some valid points here. As a user it does seem paradoxical that he advocates unrestricted dissemination of software yet expressed that he has no pity for iDevices over the removal of VLC from the app store. It's notable that particular comment has since been removed from his blog post. He can't seem to control his anti-Apple bias as today's blog post makes reference to Apple fanboys:http://planet.videolan.org/
I'm not the only one here who has noticed VLC's unreliability. Furthermore it's been buggy not just my 2008 Unibody Macbook, but on a titanium Powerbook G4, a G3 iBook, Windows XP and Mythbuntu 10.04. Whilst there's the probability of my being very unlucky with all these diverse systems over the past five years, a problem with VLC is a more rational deduction. There's also the possibility of the media files being the issue.
He may be being patriotic but if I was one of his investment clients I'd be annoyed if he told me to dump Apple stock in 2009 (which has nearly quadrupled in value) in favour of buying RIM shares which has produced at best, a ten percent increase in value over the precious three years.
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