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Touch screen not really practical in desktops and All-in- one computers. Fuji Film may be good for other devices as long as accuracy and cost is practical
Apple spends the money innovating. Samsung spends money copying and working around existing patents.
If your not doing anything wrong you have nothing to fear. But make no mistake that by having a cellphone big brother might be watching. If need be your every move can and will be tracked.
No way to confirm. Still to early. 
Whats the sense of having patents if they don't prevent copying. Samsung is supossed to be a big on innovating so why are they copying???
Shame on Samsung. They seem to have become 'copiers' as opposed to using Innovation. But why should they innovate if the patent laws don't protect the creator.
Brian white. Making noise again. Yet no substance to his writings. Time for mr white to become an analyst not an anal-ist.
Lot of opportunities for Apple yet seems as though Apple is being overly cautious in it approach. Time is important Yet actually perfecting a product or upgrade is more important. Hopefully Apple starts to give the customer more choice with 2 sizes of IPhones. However the real differentiator be their IOS and ecosystem
Google is way out of line with respect to users privacy. They have never protected customer info and privacy. They make their money by providing info. Google stores to much info about its users. Android is another system which returns Google money through info.
As with TV's , most cellphones will all look similar or identical to the iPhone in the future. The big differentiating factor will be the interface and software which  the phones runs as well as the Ecosystem it has if any. Of couse there will always be some new features with each cell phone released but they will not be the differentiating factor.
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