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ECT News Community   »   TechNewsWorld Talkback   »   Re: Microsoft Thrives at LinuxWorld, iMac Disappointment, Picking a Back



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Last week, I was in San Francisco on a panel moderated by Rackable Systems at LinuxWorld, and not only did I walk away alive, I was impressed by the solid work that was being done at the event and amazed at how well Microsoft was fitting in. The new iMacs were announced, and it is becoming increasingly clear that Apple's attention for advancement is on the iPod and iPhone and that the PC platforms are just not getting the same attention. Instead of a product of the week this week, given the timing, we'll chat about getting a back-to-school laptop.


Enderle said earlier that Apple should exit the hardware business. Absent a review, he's just taking another lazy swing at Apple. Surely "he" can do better.
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It's critical to the entire economy, and everyone should share the cost.
If rural residents really want high-speed Internet, they should foot the bill.
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