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Well, I'd say yes, among other reasons, because you damn can't know if in a century from now, most people won't travel by horse for "short" distances, and electric zeppelin or electric sailboat for longer distances.Right now, the horse is a minimal player, due to the ease of access to oil at competitive prices in $$$ and blood (not the West's).Tomorrow, it might  be again huge, as oil resources dwindle and replacements have to be found, especially in a world where business...
Isn't that the whole point of open source?Besides, further from there, the whole idea of IP is very hard to define, because "an obvious idea" is obvious to specialists, but rarely to the common man.
It is racist to consider the fact that someone's origin may bias their decisions.It's like saying "being a Jew makes you a possible danger for all Aryans" : inacceptable, scandalous, and racist.It is inappropriate, and no amount of insults will change that. Oh, and by the way wuss : a weak or ineffectual person (often used as a general term of abuse). Abuse. Get the idea?
That's the best comparison ever. It's exactly what I thought without being able to place it...
If they used titanium for an iPhone 5e (for "expensive") it would be much lighter, faster, stronger.It would, obviously, be a very high end product ;)
This, no, but I can envision quite a lot of cool uses.Actually, I'm quite often more interested in the parts that Samsung makes devices out of than the devices themselves... but I'm a geek. A nerd. Damned.
Looks super cool! And totally useless. Oh, well. Anyway, I'm too poor to afford an iMac, an iPhone, an iPad, a Time Capsule, a MBA and some overpriced Samsung gimmick that, contrary to the previous devices, I'll have to replace after a year
Gangnam style.
Morgan-Stanley isn't the most reliable company, nor IDC, nor Gartner.Anyone who still believes what any of these guys say isn't worthy of having any money to invest anywhere.
Why is Gartner an "Industry report"? Aren't they an analyst, mainly supported by Microsoft's business? Isn't their track record marred with multiple debatable (if not proven wrong or dishonest) "studies"?
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