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I often order things from Amazon, but I know someone who holds a patent on an electronic accessory, and lately there are loads of Chinese knock offs on the site. He hired a lawyer to demand Amazon stop selling them, and the response he received was that it wasn't up the Amazon to decide who held what patent, and that he should pursue the makers in Chinese courts. Obviously that won't stand a chance to be successful. So Amazon just keeps collecting their share.
esoom said:Nilay's an ass, anyone else remember his "Old white guy" comment? Or his bitch about the Apple Watch style while wearing a goofy leather strap?
That he was missing for over a month speaks volumes about the culture at The Verge.
Personally, I purchased the book as soon as it went on sale, and I had to make arrangements in another country as it isn't available in Canada. I don't see the issue with it's existence. Is this the reason there is no Mac Pro update? I doubt it. Ive isn't the first person around Apple to have a vanity project if you see it like that.
I don't really understand all the comments about Beats being for kids and someone saying that they are for Android users.
I'm in my mid 40's and I have several pairs of Beats, as do most of my friends and co-workers who are my age. We all use iPhones as well. I travel a lot, and always come across the same thing, so I'm not sure why there is a stereotype on here for kids headphones. My Father and his friends all use Bose or B&O but they are in their 70's and can't handle a drop of bass on anything, along with sticking to a long term brand they believe in.
If there is a perception that Beats are for kids, I think that is only a that.
You've never heard of desktop computer speakers?