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I haven't seen a scamsung phone yet in which the screen displays the fidelity of Apple's. This in part because Galaxy screens appear quite dim. I don't stop and ask users whether they have their screen deliberately dimmed, although perhaps this is standard operating procedure. My eyes, weary with age, appreciate the bright, sharp screen that Apple employs. The ability of any imaging system to resolve detail (and the human eye is particularly dependent) is a function also...
Hilarious, open source is a snake that has turned to bite the hand that reared it('s ugly head lol)!   This is all moot regardless, Scamsung's effort will fall by the way-side whether Apple releases a watch or not. Should Apple not enter the market, there are far more brilliant minds capable of capitalising on the art than Shamsung will ever rally. (My prophesy at least. )   All the best.
Great value... IF:   [1] Accurate.   [2] Private (no transmission of data off-site).   Oh, how times are changing.  
Cheaper (energy wise) than bringing the display up. 
Annealing, tempering and quenching are techniques 'honed' over 100's of years or more... ion implantation however, now that's recent (last century) and very exciting. Apple, Apple, Apple, Apple, Apple, Apple, pauses for breath, Apple, Apple, Apple, Apple, Apple, (said with a Steve Balmer like, breathless, expression hahahaha).
My computer running OS X 10.9.4 has permission to allow downloads and updates in the background. Since this latest OS update, it downloaded iMovie 10.0.4 about 850 times (one download per minute @ ~2 MB/sec) and installed it once (that I know of). It's done this previously, took me a while to realise that it was happening again.   All the best.
...and then tweets like this:   cheeto0 ‏@cheeto0  5m Im not a big fan of Samsung but this is a good ad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzMUTrTYD9s … #android #samsung #apple #iphone #linux #iphone5s #iphone6   Shakes head, walks away.
I thought the move to X-ray lithography and grazing incidence optics was incredible but... the technology just keep pushing the boundaries - lovely!
Naturally! Adding to the confusion nicely - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfmvkO5x6Ng
There were so many hints in that video, I don't think Apple has produced one like it previously. I liked the family tracking their 'lost' dog...
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