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What I don't get is that the record companies could put Spotify out of business over night by demanding a higher rate. And if they don't pay they are done. Gone. You can argue that people will then 'steal' music, but there are other plans out there and if they pay more if I were the record companies I'd lower the boom on spotify. I can't seem them having any leverage in such a situation.
Where to start. You are a creative writer and thinker at least. Is there a time when Microsoft wasn't ahead in the 'high end' or 'any end' of the PC market? Did I miss the Macs becoming number one in PC sales? VR? Yeah. That's a big market all right. I know all the...wait. I don't know anyone who cares unless they are raising funding for their VR company. But yeah, they are in trouble. No doubt.... ?brucemc said:Record profits - whatever...
Behind in voice assistants, Microsoft eating their lunch in the high end PC market, Mac line is a disaster, nothing on the market for VR, Apple Watch is a failure or at best a "meh", and, lest we forget, "no innovation for years".
(I think I hit most of the current trolling points).
Well a good looking car-truck/nav like that will have people lined up. This is so totally not the market - either someone is being silly with demographics or as stated above this is just a van that is testing gear or systems.rob53 said:macxpress said:
Why wouldn't an everyday consumer want one? Thats like saying a Tesla isn't for the general public.
Go ahead and flame me but let's get real. There's already been a low speed crash, what happens when there's a high speed crash where people die. Who's going to be responsible? No fault insurance? Give me a break, the courts will go after the manufacturer because the idiot behind the wheel is a computer. Talk about lots of new legislation the courts and government have no clue about ....