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I think Samsung is feeling a little left out these days. Nokia has the inside track with Microsoft. Motorola has the inside track with Google(but who knows if they will be able to put it to good use).  Samsung is looking for something to call their own.
I know this was put out by Apple and will put Apple in the best light possible, but it would seem that Greenpeace, besides being wrong on this issue of cloud computing, should look at the total carbon footprint for a company http://www.apple.com/environment/ I wonder what computers they use at Greenpeace and I wonder if they vet all their venders for energy efficiency, among other things. Neal
According to this piece by All Things D http://allthingsd.com/20120417/green...D_yahoo_ticker
I am not sure how they are able to tease out, except for where server farms are located, what energy goes into what product. My guess is that Greenpeace came out with this now and any improvement in any of the future numbers for any of the companies they will try to take credit for. From my vantage point, Greenpeace doesn't have much credibility. Neal
Interesting thoughts. I wonder if this news story was planted by the carriers, specifically AT&T, to see how the public will react. I was just reading tonight that half of all iPhone sales are upgrades. The iPhone satisfaction rate is very high with most users wanting to stay with an iPhone from articles that I have read over the past year. If one carrier does make it more difficult to upgrade, my guess is that people will walk to another carrier when they can, as long as...
Interesting move by AT&T. It would seem to me this move is meant to try to draw the Android users away from the other carriers, although I am sure they will take any iPhone defectors with this campaign as well.
This is nice news for Apple shareholders. It will be interesting to see if they give actual numbers sold/ordered over the weekend. It will also be interesting to see what the general public says about the new iPad when it actually gets into their hands.
I don't think it is the pricing model that is the question but the matter of collusion that is the real issue. From the evidence available, it is difficult to say if there was collusion or not.
My bad. I guess I need to go back to school and brush up on my reading skills
One extra cost is the cost of disposal of 50K sheets of paper(always interesting that disposal costs are never usually factored into the equation). Depending on the sensitivity of the paperwork, it may need to be disposed of in a secure manner which also adds cost. And storage eventually becomes a big deal. If you don't have to support an extra area to store the documents in an area where they are accessible, that is an additional cost savings.
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