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Apple vs. Lenovo: Lenovo's Coming-Out Party


If Apple falls -- and this outcome is anything but certain -- then Lenovo has the greatest likelihood of emerging as the leader in most of the worldwide markets where Apple currently leads. If Apple holds, there is no vendor that currently is structured to take its unique premium place in the market. These firms aren't mutually exclusive, though. Both can win or lose, irrespective of the other.
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Spy Agencies Planned to Corrupt Google Play


The United States and its leading Western allies, known as the "Five Eyes," reportedly planned to hack into smartphones through their links to Google and Samsung's app stores. They wanted to infect apps with spyware and find ways to send misinformation to targets, according to documents released to the media by National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
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Re: Chrome 2.0 Juices Up JavaScript  Richard Adhikari  2009-05-22 15:54:05
Google chrome- speed demon of web browsers..  TechCombo  2009-05-23 03:06:51
Re: IBM Launches All-Seeing, All-Knowing, Real-Time Data Cruncher  Richard Adhikari  2009-05-18 10:41:59
InfoSphere Streams a Good Thing  jcrglobalcaplaw  2009-05-22 18:00:39
Re: The 21st Century Journalist: PR by Day, Reporter by Night?  Renay San Miguel  2009-05-22 08:17:59
Which Side Are You on Boys?  Nictos  2009-05-22 09:12:44
Re: Can a Semantic Kumo Wrestle Google to the Mat?  Richard Adhikari  2009-05-21 15:20:27
re: kumo  jdawgaz  2009-05-21 18:46:50
Google killer  marc66thomas  2009-05-21 15:45:16
Search Engine #43729  JonathanPDX  2009-05-21 15:28:13
Re: Will Kumo Find Google's Search Soft Spots?  Erika Morphy  2009-05-20 13:56:08
preview panes in search  CurrentCommo  2009-05-20 14:11:07
Re: Facebook Knocks Down Another Single Sign-On Hurdle With OpenID Adoption  Erika Morphy  2009-05-19 13:31:00
Finally!  lamayer  2009-05-19 13:41:13
Re: The Coming Visual Computing Revolution  Rob Enderle  2009-05-18 13:13:20
CUDA/PhysX  ir0x0r  2009-05-18 14:12:10
Each of the Major Vendors Has Critical Limitations  RobEnderle  2009-05-18 17:05:11
Re: How Apple Made Windows 7 Better  Rob Enderle  2009-05-11 05:28:23
Sugar water.  jimstead  2009-05-16 19:16:34
(Facts + illogic + anti-establishment)xinsanity = Rob Enderle  iamrai  2009-05-13 19:23:47
a dissection of your OPINION  jg0000  2009-05-11 17:02:42
Re-writing history  wtfk  2009-05-11 10:10:41
Boring dribble  vassar  2009-05-11 07:28:07
Get your history right  asterix2112  2009-05-11 05:35:48
No, get your history right  slappy  2009-05-11 09:10:15
Bah..  Kagehi  2009-05-11 15:02:32
Re: Wonky Wolfram|Alpha Best Left to the Geek Clique  Brian Bergstein  2009-05-16 19:09:12
Alpha.  jimstead  2009-05-16 19:12:54
Re: Phishers Cast Lures Into Facebook's Social Stream  Jack M. Germain  2009-05-15 18:26:16
This just weeds out the stupid people.  aoeu  2009-05-15 20:32:06
Re: Doc-Sharing Site Scribd Adds Books to the Mix  Michael Liedtke  2009-03-22 07:33:33
I use scribd >examples of technical terms robotics/robots  Verlag-Lehrmittel-Wagner  2009-05-14 23:46:56
Re: Congress Should Say 'No' to Internet Tax Hike  Sonia Arrison  2009-05-01 08:25:25
internet taxation bill  Sara-in-DC  2009-05-14 11:14:40
Internet taxation  akcoyote  2009-05-05 01:58:29
You Have It Backwards  Fetrow  2009-05-04 01:09:39
Re: You Could Be File-Sharing More Than You Think  Jack M. Germain  2009-05-14 09:59:17
fact or FUD?  SimonMorris  2009-05-14 10:10:53
Re: Twitter and the Future of Discourse, Part 2  Pam Baker  2009-04-20 07:13:29
Twitter  GregorAnton  2009-05-12 22:40:29
Re: Number-Crunching Search Engine WolframAlpha Preps for Launch  Jack M. Germain  2009-05-12 05:59:22
Alternative Search Engines  cazoodle  2009-05-12 12:31:04
Re: The Irony of Failure: Apple, Microsoft ... and Google?  Rob Enderle  2009-05-04 04:21:44
Microsoft reinvention  philogos  2009-05-12 09:29:03
Worst tech reporter  dogtown09  2009-05-06 18:33:13
What a ridiculous and off-base article  davesmall  2009-05-06 06:08:09
whaaa?  JanosPecsenye  2009-05-05 20:49:52
you are clueless!!  jay999  2009-05-05 05:53:02
Mr.Enderle  jay999  2009-05-05 05:43:37
Enderle = Clueless  wtfk  2009-05-04 15:40:03
dismal article  NONsensical  2009-05-04 11:39:32
Leading by example?  RobEnderle  2009-05-04 12:56:23
Rob Enderle - Worst article I've ever read.  chach17  2009-05-04 10:14:54
Google is changing the world, Apple not so much...  RobEnderle  2009-05-04 11:45:57
boring apple colored water  mack520  2009-05-04 09:20:10
Making a Difference?  RobEnderle  2009-05-04 10:11:01
You must be drinking...!  iamrai  2009-05-04 11:03:22
You Should Read up on Car Companies  RobEnderle  2009-05-04 12:51:19
You been drinking too much colored water (90 proof?)  Aquia33  2009-05-04 05:38:11
Re: Xerox Goes for the Green With Crayon-Like Printer Ink  Renay San Miguel  2009-05-09 09:04:46
Old News...  XiroMisho  2009-05-10 04:05:53
Xerox or Techtronix?  farmerbob  2009-05-09 12:09:26
Re: Twitter Search Leaves the Nest for Linked Pages  Renay San Miguel  2009-05-09 13:52:58
Twitter  hemet  2009-05-09 16:22:29
Re: Still Hunting for the Perfect E-Reader  Renay San Miguel  2009-05-08 13:57:55
Sony e-reader  sharobo  2009-05-09 06:59:16
The Kindle  jccurtis  2009-05-08 15:02:04
Re: Kindle Could Be the Big E-Reader That Could  Richard Adhikari  2009-05-08 05:57:46
Others have readers "in the works"  candide08  2009-05-08 08:49:19
An answer to the problem of failing newspapers  bobhobard  2009-05-08 06:10:48

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Does technology create more jobs than it destroys?
Yes - The jobs new technologies create outnumber those lost due to machines replacing humans.
No- Companies fixated on cost-cutting are building workforces of robots and computers instead of people.