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post #41 of 49
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Originally Posted by lostkiwi View Post

Hey, she is a beautiful, intelligent woman. Who wouldn't want to talk with her?

I really hope she can turn Yahoo around - the web needs a stronger effort from them.
Yes, someone needs to stop the Google hegemony. I'd love it if Apple partnered with Yahoo to provide services formApple products and to help Yahoo improve their product offerings. Apple needs to get as far away from google as possible. Allow their apps in the App Store but that's it.
post #42 of 49
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Originally Posted by Rogifan View Post

This isn't surprising. Looks like Jony and Marisa Mayer are best friends now.

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He's probably criticizing the busy design of her dress, LoLz.....

An iPhone, a Leatherman and thou...  ...life is complete.

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post #43 of 49
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Originally Posted by Rogifan View Post

This isn't surprising. Looks like Jony and Marisa Mayer are best friends now.

 

Jon Ive has certainly come a long way from his early days at Apple:

 

 

 

To heck with Jobs.   They should do a movie about Ive... from velour rags to t-shirt riches.

post #44 of 49
I would love to see Apple and Yahoo pair up even more and take it to Goggle, I hate everything about google. I don't trust them, I refuse to use anything that has Google connections. The whole Map App hype was/is a joke. I travel allot and use the Apple Map App, I have never ever had any issues with it what so ever. I have Tom Tom on my phone too but I still use the Apple Map App. I think most the big media hype was due to media who use and like google and probably have a droid phone. Go Apple and Yahoo!
post #45 of 49
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Originally Posted by jungmark View Post

I wonder what would happen if Bing was the default. How much market share will google lose?


Google would lose tons of market share. This is why Google is expected to pay Apple $1 billion in 2014 to remain the default search engine. 

post #46 of 49
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Originally Posted by jameskatt2 View Post

 

Snowden will be extradited on espionage charges, charged with treason, convicted, and will be put to death as he deserves.

 

But will Google see the same fate?  

 

Snowden did the U.S. a favor. You are extremely ignorant to think otherwise. 

post #47 of 49
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Originally Posted by Crosslad View Post

As I have said previously, I think Apple should have bought yahoo and developed its search engine for safari. With the amount of time spent on the web by Apple users this could really hurt Google.


Yahoo's search results are provided by Bing. It wouldn't have mattered anyways. 

post #48 of 49
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Originally Posted by KDarling View Post

Jon Ive has certainly come a long way from his early days at Apple:





To heck with Jobs.   They should do a movie about Ive... from velour rags to t-shirt riches.

I can see George Costanza (without glasses) playing him
post #49 of 49
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Originally Posted by Shane Seaton View Post


Yahoo's search results are provided by Bing. It wouldn't have mattered anyways. 

Perhaps Apple can do what Yahoo does.
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