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iPad Loses Share To Android, Windows Tablets
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Dw@ll
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Dw@ll,
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4/30/2013 | 3:59:29 PM
re: iPad Loses Share To Android, Windows Tablets
That's good news right :) No more law suits ,, more spent on R&D.. less time spent in courts..
The Ken
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4/27/2013 | 5:29:09 PM
re: iPad Loses Share To Android, Windows Tablets
One big reason Droids are taking over the market, FREEDOM!!. with Apple you are locked into the Apple store and what they decide you should have, hell you cant even replace your browser on an Ipad or Iphone, it has to be safari based!. With the droid, I have 3 app stores installed, and can get more if I want them . I also have 4 browsers, and even some programming languages for when I'm on the go and need a code fix. try all that on an Apple, sorry you cant!. Apple wont let you! Most people like the freedom to decide for themselves what they want and where to get it. Greed kills! and it will kill Apples market share!
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4/26/2013 | 3:31:33 PM
re: iPad Loses Share To Android, Windows Tablets
why would Microsoft drop the price of Surface Pro? it is not good comparison of Surface Pro to iPad A better comparison is Surface RT to iPad. the Surface Pro is an Ultrabook in tablet clothing making it comparable to high end laptops.
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4/25/2013 | 3:39:33 PM
re: iPad Loses Share To Android, Windows Tablets
and a year ago when the "experts" said android tablets would eventually overtake ipad sales just like the android phones took over iphone sales... everyone laughed and said the experts don't know what they are talking about... well, we are only a couple quarters away from reality...


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