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There's no profit in the Windows PC market because it's a race to the bottom using crap components.   There's plenty of money in Windows, especially selling to corporates. No company in any of the professional services industries is ever going to  use Macs.
 Windows isn't 'winning'. Windows has won.  It has 90%+ market share for desktop operating systems. How is that 'not winning'?
 How is it any different from iPhones being designed to generate sales on Apple's various storefronts, or an Android phone being designed to direct traffic to Google's search portals? Everyone's trying to lock you into an ecosystem. 
 I've read that sentence five times and still have no idea what's wrong with it.
 Almost the entire article is focused on suggesting that Android is insecure. The author has seized the reanimation of a botnet which doesn't even affect Android devices as an excuse to write an Android slur piece. What does a Windows botnet have to do with Android fragmentation? Nothing. It is shameless, mendacious propagandising, and Dilger needs to be called out on it.
 Nothing. It's a Windows virus. It's no more able to infect an Android phone than an iPhone.
Try living in the UK - the POI content on Apple Maps is appalling.   Unlike Google, whose worldwide database seems pretty comprehensive, Apple seems intent on treating anyone who doesn't live in North America as a second-class citizen.
 Alternatively, back in the real world of facts and logic, it's called the Galaxy S5 because it's the 5th phone in the Galaxy S line.
 What's wrong with someone wanting a cheap phone? Not everyone has the money or the desire to buy a £500 phone, whether it's an iPhone or not. Do you have a top-of-the range car, watch, set of golf clubs, and everything else in your life? No, because you probably don't care much about all those things. Plenty of people don't particularly care about phones. Moan about Android users all you like, but your constant sneering at "poor people" is really not very nice. Frankly,...
He's not the 'best writer on Apple in our time'. It's pointless reading his work for any insight because you're only ever getting one side of the story. Good writing on Apple would involve a realistic appraisal of its strengths and weaknesses. It wouldn't involve one-sided propagandising, and it certainly wouldn't involve personal attacks on people who use competing products. That's unprofessional.
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