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 But FaceTime *could* work on the next Galaxy Note (or whenever Google can push out updates to old Android phones.)  Thanks to the VirnetX case being thrown out.  You know, the lawsuit against Apple that claimed infringement over (VPN) connectivity as used in FaceTime. Here's the AI story about that lawsuit:http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/09/16/appellate-court-rejects-368-million-virnetx-patent-victory-over-apple Knock yourselves out, Google and Samsung (and any...
Apple: "We are not in the business of collecting your data." - Eddie Cue, 9/9/2014 Google: [nervous fidgeting, crickets chirping ...]
 Who knows?Everyone remembers the "Get a Mac" ad series.  It was that good.But yeah, probably no need to mention the wannabes.  Ignore my earlier post.
Justin Long: "Hi. I'm an iPhone." John Hodgman: "Hi. I'm an iPhone clone...."
I'm going to name my new mid-sized car "Quicktime."
Wow. Bad idea, bad name. That's your classic "disposable electronics" right there.
 Forgot to say: the dwindling (but still profitable) "Pro" market could in theory keep running their legacy Intel apps on "Pro" Macs running OS X.  (Until, as you say, Apple decides to replace Intel's crusty old x86 with something better.  Whether or not it's ARM-based.)
 Time to cancel my PayPal accounts.  Not that I have anything in them anyway.I'll close them because, you know, security.
 Hey PayPal.  Got mobile device presence?No? Oh well, nice knowing you.  Good luck surviving through 2016.
 The A7 cost Apple $17 back in 2013 when the iPhone 5S was released.  Must be even cheaper now.http://www.informationweek.com/mobile/mobile-devices/$649-iphone-5s-costs-apple-$199/d/d-id/1111661 Presumably a MacBook Air-class AX chip would cost more.  (Or maybe Apple could just use two A7s: $34.)Let me know when Intel can match that price.  I'll wait, er, no.  I won't wait.
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