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docdivakar
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re: Jobs: A flair for a little design magic
docdivakar   10/28/2011 6:21:12 PM
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I agree to some extent. Apple has pushed many of its Silicon vendors for state-of-the-art technology! So much so that it has become a fabless chip company now a days! MP Divakar

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selinz   10/10/2011 6:49:04 PM
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Well, I sort of disagree with nkannan in that Apple DID tend to have cutting edge engineering in order to provide the user experience. I don't think anyone will accuse Apple of having "out of date" PCB and chip packaging in their iPhone.

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re: Jobs: A flair for a little design magic
chanj0   10/10/2011 4:28:58 PM
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After NeXT and Newton, Jobs had learned state-of-the-art technology isn't the driver. The driver is the customer's wants. He's a great man like most CEOs and/or Entrepreneurs in his era. He has the passion to create something, something that lasts.

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nkannan   10/10/2011 11:09:03 AM
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Apple did not obsess with using latest state-of-the-art technology, but created state-of-the-art products by aesthetic user interface and "keep it simple" logic . Steve Jobs has redefined single-handedly the Electronics industry. While Apple products were seen as Classy, their real success lay in being meant for the "Technology Masses" (read average well-to-do guy) rather than the "Technology Classes" (Read Geeks). My Tributes to Mr. Job.

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re: Jobs: A flair for a little design magic
ibm221   10/10/2011 12:49:14 AM
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or their passaway both create similar sadness in ppl's heart.

ibm221
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ibm221   10/10/2011 12:48:17 AM
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king of pop vs. king of pad. all reasonable

The MicroMan
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The MicroMan   10/9/2011 8:58:04 PM
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Michael Jackson and Steve Jobs???!#% Different planets!!

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re: Jobs: A flair for a little design magic
garydpdx   10/9/2011 5:11:31 PM
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Much has been written about Steve Jobs as a technology visionary, someone who saw the big picture despite not being an electronics engineer nor a computer scientist. But what is more compelling about Jobs has been the series of remarkable comebacks that he has made in a single life. Steve Jobs died too early, in what felt like the middle of the latest stage of his life. Apple has provided one of the few bright lights for people to look to, given recent economic and political troubles. It is that positive message, and questions over it, that people mourn as well as for Jobs himself. Thanks, Steve!

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collin0   10/9/2011 3:54:01 PM
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How many roads must man walk down before we call him man. Jobs, of course, a great man. iPad.

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chadyao   10/9/2011 2:37:47 PM
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a great man left us. we will miss him.http://www.dootar.com/iOS/Apple/2011/10/06/155.html

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