Originally Posted by rgh71
At the NYC Fifth Ave store, there is a big problem with the Chinese. There are dozens and dozens of them buying 2 at a time to resell in China. Surely, most of them work for a limited number of agents...
Originally Posted by stelligent
The Nook, on the other hand, is smack in Amazon's bullseye, at least as a first target. Even though I will never buy one, I am still intrigued to see what they have in store.
No wonder Steve Jobs was disappointed at the bad press after iPad's initial release. This is a game changer and has a lot of potential. In retrospect, now, I admire Jobs more than before.
Honestly, I hesitated with the purchase of my...
Originally Posted by ChristophB
Or license it?
Apple might not want to license it ..
If I were Tim Cook, I wouldn't license it. Pfizer didn't license the Viagra patent. Why should I license my "slide to unlock"?
Originally Posted by screamingfist
here is everything that is wrong with most tech hardware companies: no one around that can (A) tell engineers and designers 'this is shit' and (B) know what isn't 'shit'
Originally Posted by tylerk36
Xoooooomm , what was that? Where did it go?
At a local mall, I see an Verizon kiosk where a Xoom, Galaxy and iPad2 are on display. Only the iPad is on. The Xoom and Galaxy are turned off. Which...