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Old 22nd May 2010, 19:41   #11
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No, I'm unhappy because you only provide negatively biassed news


you are incorrect and you know it, your view is biased

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nothing is stopping you from making newspost about iPad which put it in a different light;
I don't "seek out" negative iPad news or reports, I'm still using the same RSS news sources as always
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Old 22nd May 2010, 22:25   #12
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let me see...
MS: WINDOWS
Intel: x86
That's a completely different thing. The micro simcard is no technology or product designed by Apple, it's a standard and afaik I don't see why they are pushing it.
What Microsoft and Intel did was selling their own products in a market that wasn't mature at all (or at least they were selling stuff they kindly borrowed from others )
The regular (mini) sim cards are doing fine and I don't know why they're putting something that small in something so big. It makes more sense to try and put a full size sim card in a Kin phone

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What Microsoft and Intel did was selling their own products
Ok... Intel pushed for ATX cases with cut-out in side panel when they launched the Prescott
they were responsible for ATX cases coming with extra cooling fans, even from OEMs
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Ok... Intel pushed for ATX cases with cut-out in side panel when they launched the Prescott
they were responsible for ATX cases coming with extra cooling fans, even from OEMs
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Old 4th June 2010, 06:43   #16
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Great movie for a great device

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