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gatorguy said:Aren't these simply claims made in a lawsuit for now until the case is heard and ruled on? Epic made a lot of claims against Apple in a lawsuit, but that doesn't mean they're entirely true. Another lawsuit claims Apple lied to investors about sagging iPhone shipments, committing fraud. Does everyone accept that's also true?
While there's almost always at least some smidgen of truth behind every lawsuit at least some of us wait for the full story to be revealed. Allegations in a lawsuit does not make it all true.
We also know that Google has a very strained relationship with the truth, so no one trust their new "privacy initiatives" either.
cg27 said:Really, imagine that, Alaska doesn’t have coverage in most areas. Nor Texas in sparsely populated areas. Go figure. Come on, let’s apply some common sense. Companies aren’t going to invest where it’s not justified.
Also, this is precisely where the SpaceX StarLink Skynet is most apt.
StrangeDays said:For all those defending the "Everything Glued together & soldered together" assembly of the MacBooks by saying "Nobody ever upgraded a computer", Andrew just called bull!His biggest (only?) complaint about his M1 MacBook Air is that it can't meet his needs because it is frozen in time with what it came with when he bought it -- versus his MacPro which grew and developed with enhancements as his needs, wants and requirements grew.Likewise, my 9 year old i7 Thinkpad runs perfectly well and meets all of my needs -- because it's been upgraded to a 500Gb SSD, 16Gb Ram and an internal harddrive used for ongoing, real time backups. Without those cheap and very simple to install (5 minutes or less) upgrades the machine would have been scrap
It's appliance computing. Don't like it? Get a Dell.
For all those defending the "Everything Glued together & soldered together" assembly of the MacBooks by saying "Nobody ever upgraded a computer", Andrew just called bull!
ihatescreennames said:I wonder if it will work with my projector. Obviously the phone would have to face the projector and not the screen.
I think it's pretty obvious when you actually, you know, think about it.Pretty clever when you think about it. 😉