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Posts by Michael Scrip

I never understood this case. Apple says an iPhone has 16GB of storage in it. I take that to mean it has 16GB worth of flash memory chips. What else could they have said? Yes... you cannot save 16GB of your own files to the phone... but Apple didn't say you could either.
The scary thing for Samsung is they seem to be following the decline in the PC market exactly.Cutthroat pricing in the PC market drove PC prices down to unsustainable levels... so they actually RELIED on bloatware to make any sort of profit. The entire PC market basically collapsed on itself... no longer able to make money solely selling their own products.The reason I say this is scary for Samsung is that we're talking about Samsung's flagship smartphone... not some cheap...
For sure.It's tough being a high-end speaker manufacturer when other companies sell "good enough" for cheaper.Hell... it's tough to be a speaker manufacturer period. The market is very crowded and mature.So like I said... B&O is probably making bank from the licensing on millions of HP laptops. It's good to have alternate revenue streams.
There's a lot of money to be made in licensing... and HP moves a lot of volume.Perhaps B&O's $2,000 speakers aren't selling as much as they'd like.
The good thing is... your phone might end up lasting longer because you aren't checking it 1,000 times a day.And it's not just missed calls and notifications from your pocket... imagine answering a phone call while your phone is in another room. That's one neat feature that is rarely talked about.So many times I call people and they don't answer their phone because they don't have their phone on their person.I know they are around... they're just not close enough to their...
Yep... the scale is immense. The center ring is over 1,100 feet across. That's almost 4 football fields across (American football)And if you were to walk around the outer perimeter of the building... it would be 9/10 of a mile She's a big'n
There are so many patents Apple applies for and is granted... who can keep up with them?Whether we knew about it in advance or not... it's in a shipping product now and it works great.
You can turn off the taps if you want... they are still optional. You can still rely solely on clicks.And I found that the Force Touch clicks feel the exact same as the traditional clicks on older trackpads.It really is amazing.And the best part is... you feel those clicks ALL OVER the trackpad. Top-right corner, bottom-left corner, in the center, etc... it all clicks the same.Yet it's not a click... it just fools your brain into thinking it's a click. But it feels the...
I played with the Force Touch trackpad at Best Buy today. I had to verify that I was using the new model because it works so well.It really is crazy how it simulates a clickpad without clicking at all.As another test... I turned off the machine to see if it really is a stationary pad. It is!
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