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Judge Dismisses Google's Complaint Over Android Code Viewing

kentsex Must be read (87 comments)

Every day it is becoming more and more apparent that the Android was built using "hot" parts. The "criminals" in this instance, the ones trying to intervene, are going to be made to pay.

more than 3 years ago

Drug Companies Lose Special Protection On Facebook

kentsex Re:Can't they moderate their own wall? (181 comments)

The forum is intended for people interested in their product, whether they are informed or uninformed does not matter, Guy. As for the people who bash your product? Well, those people are already bashing your product, by hosting a Facebook page, the company is engage people, even the bashers. - Look a Trip Advisor, bad reviews happen and the properties are given a chance to respond. Which is what Facebook presents, a chance to respond. A better question, unless you are selling a faulty product, why would you be afraid of your customers talking with one another or with your company?

more than 3 years ago

3DS and Vita Face Tough Battle Against Smartphones

kentsex Awesome !!!! (138 comments)

My nine year old nephew informed me last week that he definitely wanted a 3DS rather than an iPod Touch because it's 3D! That's better than the iPod Touch which isn't 3D at all. But I think in a few years he'll see the benefit of the iPod. Being able to buy a game a week with his allowance rather than saving up for a $30 or $40 game is a big advantage. Nintendo needs to wake up to the fact that game prices are going down. A game like the Legend of Zelda will probably still sell for $50, but they need to be competing more strongly in the under $10 market. That means getting their Internet connectivity sorted out and expanding the selection of downloadable titles.

more than 3 years ago


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