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LOL.  True that. Google needs iOS more than they need Android.
 Who cares? The real question is: how much of your personal data is Google forking over to third parties?And how is Google data-mining your every move, 24/7?And how much money are they getting when they sell that data to advertisers? Who knows?  The one thing we all know is that 97% of Google's revenue comes from advertising.
 Just FYI that's "size classes."Now the whole concept of size classes makes a whole lot more sense.Didn't seem all that useful to me with autolayout already in place.But split-screen and picture-in-picture really need it.
 Makes me think of "I'm not a doctor, but I play one on TV" in commercials.I guess nobody does that any more.
 BASIC has a "Let" statement IIRC.
 Especially the Apple content streaming business.But why would a Sony exec pre-announce Apple Music?  Well let's look at it this way: What does Sony gain by pre-announcing Apple Music?  - A half-day of Apple rumor site publicity.  And a bit of industry insider cred. What does sony lose by pre-announcing Apple Music?  - Nothing.  Apple won't retaliate by giving their iPhone camera business to another supplier. So there's a tiny net-postive for Sony.  Good luck in the 21st...
 Dick move by AltConf.
"Bond.  Yen Bond."
 It's OK to have hundreds of apps on your iPhone on multiple home screens.It would be terrible to have hundreds of apps on your TV on multiple home screens.Unless there were a convenient way to launch exactly the one you want, say, ESPN.E.g. "Hey Siri, show me ESPN." Even better, maybe Siri could obviate the "app-as-content-silo" model."Hey Siri, show me all movies and episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation featuring Ashley Judd." That's my version of "SockRolid...
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