Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 29th Jan 2010 22:42 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless During the iPad presentation, I was rather perplexed by Apple's claim to be the largest mobile device company in the world. Apparently, I wasn't the only one scratching his head, as Nokia itself, and even the Financial Times, is calling Apple out on its juggling with figures and definitions.
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Eh... I would respect a lion or a tiger too.

MS, Apple and other successful companies use cunning and at times deception combined with great marketing to obtain what they want: money and power. And all the share holders want them to succeed - just as I want the pharmaceutical companies I invest in to succeed.

What do you invest in? (Not directed at the person I am replying to, but people in general). If you invest in corporations, or even just keeping your money in a bank, you are supporting all kinds of cutthroats, thieves, liars, who will do whatever they can to remain in power (maintain power of you and your life in some way). These are the same corporations who spend more money lobbying our politicians to get what they want, to make MORE money and have MORE power while the little guy gets scr*wed. Lobbyists spend more money in this country than many third world nations GNPs... sick.

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