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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: Astronomers Find Giant Planet 3  damaji   2005-05-29 05:05:30 
Re: Next-Generation DVDs and Beyond Still in Flux 2  avi12345   2005-05-29 03:00:09 
Re: FDA Looking into Blindness-Viagra Link 2  suzanneladams   2005-05-27 09:10:08 
Re: IBM, Infineon Team on Tomorrow's Memory Technology 2  fedrive   2005-05-24 15:45:30 
Re: AMD Aims Geode at 'Desktop-Style' Devices 2  Kagehi   2005-05-23 17:04:44 
Re: Is Silicon Valley Libertarian? 2  mbf666   2005-05-20 06:15:16 
Re: IBM Cuts 13,000, but Maybe It Should Have Laid Off One 3  mollusk   2005-05-20 00:12:19 
Re: Microsoft in Court Over Alleged Technology Infringement 2  fhaidach   2005-05-19 19:20:13 
Re: Chase Bank Rolls Out Contactless Credit Cards 2  Keynone   2005-05-19 16:52:46 
Re: Experts Find Spam Virus Advocating Far-Right Thoughts 2  jb197three   2005-05-18 11:25:49 
Rob Enderle is WRONG 1  ykedoodl   2005-05-18 10:40:45 
Re: Nicotine Vaccine Shows Promise 2  damaji   2005-05-17 06:14:58 
Re: Xbox 360: Like Sony and Apple's Illegitimate Child 3  frankiec   2005-05-17 01:57:07 
Re: Xbox 360 Makes Quantum Leap 2  balrogthane   2005-05-15 17:46:00 
Re: Cisco Code Theft Suggests Wide-Scale Vulnerability 3  gowtam   2005-05-12 10:00:21 
Re: TigerDirect Sues Apple Computer 3  lowcarb   2005-05-10 20:15:53 
Re: FCC Anti-Piracy Play Rejected 3  zorg   2005-05-09 15:37:43 
Re: An X-Factor for the New Xbox? 2  sanjuro   2005-05-08 08:32:54 
Re: Scammers Target Googlers with Trojan Attack 3  clayton   2005-05-03 06:14:05 
Re: Recording Industry's File Sharing Complaints Don't Hold Water 3  clayton   2005-04-28 13:16:51 

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