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re: Yoshida in China: Beijing's misguided Android worry
sprite0022   3/7/2013 12:40:12 AM
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china should have been more critical with MS windows. it's a monopoly and overcharging the poor chinese folks. the reason why it's omitted maybe because they can make free copy of it.

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re: Yoshida in China: Beijing's misguided Android worry
Bert22306   3/6/2013 10:02:57 PM
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I think the modern-day model that works best is the one where any company or university interested in being at the leading edge of technology invest in participation in international forums. Because I agree that attemtping to wall off outside "influences" can only result in falling behind in your domestic industry. There are simply too many smart people all over the world. Cannot be helpful to ignore all the ones outside one's own borders.

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