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FBMcGalliard
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re: Top 10 tech blunders of 2012
FBMcGalliard   4/10/2013 3:43:38 PM
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Iphone, Ipad, Laptop, and desktop. Each provides an optimum service area and some overlap. Which one would I do without? Try editing photos, dealing with a terrabite folder full of photos, composing a substantial communication with graphics, managing the home finances, on a cell phone. Try dragging your laptop out to read or watch a movie on the plane or lounging on the beach. Try finding a nearby health care when you have pneumonia on vacation. Map stuff without the pad is hard. My put? You need all three tools to manage a normal household, and the desktop if you want to do anything resembling serious labor.

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re: Top 10 tech blunders of 2012
FBMcGalliard   4/10/2013 3:43:38 PM
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Iphone, Ipad, Laptop, and desktop. Each provides an optimum service area and some overlap. Which one would I do without? Try editing photos, dealing with a terrabite folder full of photos, composing a substantial communication with graphics, managing the home finances, on a cell phone. Try dragging your laptop out to read or watch a movie on the plane or lounging on the beach. Try finding a nearby health care when you have pneumonia on vacation. Map stuff without the pad is hard. My put? You need all three tools to manage a normal household, and the desktop if you want to do anything resembling serious labor.

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re: Top 10 tech blunders of 2012
powermimmo   2/19/2013 4:14:14 AM
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I would mention the Steve Job's lack in Apple is leading it to a decline, but this holds for 2013 reportage

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re: Top 10 tech blunders of 2012
powermimmo   2/19/2013 4:14:14 AM
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I would mention the Steve Job's lack in Apple is leading it to a decline, but this holds for 2013 reportage

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re: Top 10 tech blunders of 2012
KRS03   1/27/2013 2:16:21 AM
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How common - a comment hastily/haphazardly written on a smart(dumb)phone.

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re: Top 10 tech blunders of 2012
KRS03   1/27/2013 2:16:21 AM
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How common - a comment hastily/haphazardly written on a smart(dumb)phone.

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re: Top 10 tech blunders of 2012
yalanand   1/13/2013 5:13:06 AM
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@bogdanbm, very valid point. Cloud eventually consists of servers and desktops. So PC will still exist even if the end user adopts smartphones/tablets instead of laptop/desktop.

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re: Top 10 tech blunders of 2012
yalanand   1/13/2013 5:13:06 AM
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@bogdanbm, very valid point. Cloud eventually consists of servers and desktops. So PC will still exist even if the end user adopts smartphones/tablets instead of laptop/desktop.

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vapats   1/9/2013 8:35:13 PM
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I'm very surprised that the LCD price-fixing scandal wasn't mentioned.

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vapats   1/9/2013 8:35:13 PM
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I'm very surprised that the LCD price-fixing scandal wasn't mentioned.

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