Originally Posted by poksi
Google is always innovative when getting innovation from somebody
Innovation might be the most overused and misunderstood word this decade. Period. The amount of snark you demonstrate because a competing company competes makes my skin crawl. There are OTHER smart watches on the market, and they are mainly used for exercise. Apple/Google isn't beating anyone into this market, there is no 'innovation' that we know of yet, because we don't know anything.
Android already HAS a gaming console in the market it's the community sponsored Ouya. Apple/Google wont be beating anyone into this market either, and a lot of the functions and features will most likely be similar and will use a gamepad (according to specifications listed on this website).
Honestly I don't think talking at people like you ever works. I might as well beat my head against the wall.
Also if Google isn't innovative, WTF is Google Glass then?
Why is Safari implementing the exact same architectural changes to Safari that Chrome has, not to mention the similar way in which tabbing now works in iOS?
Why is iOS7 entirely playing catchup to Jelly Bean down to the very font design?
Editing documents in the cloud? That sounds familiar.
There's nothing forward thinking in today's Apple. But that doesn't mean their products are bad. In fact I think they are better and more refined than Google for the most part, which is why I use an iPhone 5, iPad (3rd gen) over an android. I prefer the smooth performance, excellent app support and games support. I don't pretend for a moment that Apple and their products are just always cutting edge and redefining the industry. In fact, they've been leading from behind for awhile now. That's the price of financial success.
Edited by koop - 6/28/13 at 10:33am