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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: Facebook's Bossy, Cagey Privacy Maneuvers 4  PaulHartsock   2009-12-13 08:22:48 
Re: Human Capacity for Information Is Massive but Finite 2  BDon123   2009-12-11 10:36:35 
Re: Home Sweet Networked Home, Part 2 2  Fortrezz   2009-12-10 10:15:30 
Re: The UN, Climategate and the Viral Web's Hot Air 5  GregoryMartin   2009-12-08 10:53:25 
Re: Google Sharpens Search With Real-Time Results, Android Photo Finder 2  GregoryMartin   2009-12-08 10:48:58 
Re: Droid: Easy, Breezy, Friendly, but a Little Fat 2  fmcentire   2009-12-08 09:41:45 
Re: How Google Could Kill Microsoft (and Maybe Apple) and Vice Versa 2  rickrack   2009-12-07 09:36:22 
Re: The Wireless Burden: Our Never-Ending Thirst for News 3  technewsuserid   2009-12-07 08:37:54 
Re: When a Picture Is Worth 1,000 Complaints 2  azharkadri   2009-12-06 22:34:51 
Re: Hacked Climate Emails: Tempest in a Teapot? 8  bigjimsteele   2009-12-06 19:30:25 
Re: Social Networkers to Chase Red Balloons for $40K Prize 6  DeciNena   2009-12-04 15:04:10 
Re: A Painful Social Media Foray for Seattle Journalists 2  jcrglobalcaplaw   2009-12-04 13:23:57 
Re: Bing Maps Beta Opens New Avenues of Exploration 2  billybobb   2009-12-03 17:47:18 
Re: Sustainability Software, Part 1: It's Easy Being Green 3  CentricsIT   2009-12-01 17:30:35 
Re: 5 Highly Avoidable Network Management Bungles 2  kklapproth   2009-12-01 06:02:44 
Re: Large Hadron Collider Shatters Energy Record 2  fcsanborn   2009-11-30 13:18:10 
Re: Who Wins, Who Loses if Google's Chrome OS Takes Off? 2  litl_phil   2009-11-30 11:40:43 
Re: Windows 7: Burning Simplicity to Save the OS 2  hairyfeet   2009-11-27 21:56:35 
Re: The Internet's Destruction of Critical Thinking 2  Kagehi   2009-11-27 11:42:32 
Re: Leaked Emails Fuel Climate-Change Firestorm 3  DaveTex   2009-11-25 22:28:44 

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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.