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Or (Open)Solaris or *BSD?
Note that a Macbook Air with iPad portability and decent space (say, the model I own, 11 inches maxed-out) will cost you 1k more than said iPad. It does put somehow a premium price on directories ;)
If these is really the runtime (JRE), this is very bad news. If it is the crappy plugin, it is quite good news. In the first case, we can safely predict that very soon, Mac as well as Windows will only allow you to run Apple-signed software. Great. I can't say how unhappy I would be to see these developments.
I'm updated now :D   Apart from that, i was talking of a coffee grinder iPhone 6. How about a 3D-camera iPhone 6? http://www.ibtimes.com/apple-iphone-5s-or-6-rumors-5-new-features-youre-likely-see-its-release-date-2013-1050118   Rumors. Pushing the envelope since the Age of Stone.
We should add those proteins into our DNA then, or make potatoes a required ingredient of all meals ;)
Definitely.   Apple needs to give some love to the Mac Pro (because I want to get one), push out the lighter and thinner iPad 5, announce the Retina Mini... but when, is pretty much their choice, and people will buy as many as Apple puts for sale.
Orange is in the telecom business :p http://shop.orange.co.uk/mobile-phones/iPhone-5-16GB-black
Sounds like a plan, then the kid can get other girls knocked-up, send them work at Mcdonalds and live off the profits... /s
1- "The market is always right". It doesn't mean that the market value of a given stock is correct, it means that if the stock plummets, you're better off selling while it's flling and buying back before it goes back up. Good luck guessing. 2- The market, quite obviously, is manipulated by huge players with massive advantages. Unless you're investing over long periods of time (years), you're not playing in a level field. 3- The market suffers from regulation that makes...
People are selling their Mini to Apple?
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