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How the Windows Phone Could Rise Up and Dominate


Last week marked the 20th anniversary of the launch of Windows 95. What people often forget about Windows 95 is that it not only kicked Apple's butt, but also kicked IBM's -- and it wasn't even a complete product. The thing was an operating system. It's especially hard to imagine now that these things typically are downloaded from the Web, and there's no need to stand in line.
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Come September, Apple TV Will Outshine the iPhone


About Apple's September event... Apple's annual September media event is an oxymoron -- it's become almost entirely predictable. One year it introduces a major new iPhone redesign and the next it offers incremental iPhone improvements. And make no mistake about it, despite last year's Apple Watch debut, at the core of the September event is the critically important iPhone.
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Re: Slipshod Security, Human Frailty Made @N Ripe for Plucking 2  Username   2014-01-30 21:16:18 
Re: ICE Goes Medieval on Glass-Wearing Moviegoer 2  LMFAOallday   2014-01-22 17:50:49 
Re: New Year's Resolutions: Be More Secure in 2014 2  AmericanPrivacy   2014-01-22 09:39:19 
Re: The App Store and Children, or Tim Cook's Latest Crock of Bull 2  PaulC543   2014-01-16 06:34:05 
Re: Microsoft's Next Windows May Be Dressed to the 9 2  jeepwran   2014-01-13 21:08:38 
Re: Was 2013 the Run-Up to Nineteen Eighty-Four? 2  HandalMorofsky   2014-01-10 15:26:23 
Re: Sony Banks On Life Space UX to Regain Faded Glory 3  MitchH   2014-01-09 12:56:24 
Re: 4 Unsettling Prospects for 2014 4  bhomas_trown   2014-01-04 19:01:03 
Re: Surveillance Report Blasts NSA, Recommends Overhaul 2  AmmarNaeem   2014-01-01 04:24:21 
Re: Google's Death Wish 5  davidthomas   2013-12-28 17:25:13 
Re: Security Firm Spills the Beans on Snapchat Vulnerabilities 3  davidthomas   2013-12-28 14:27:53 
Re: All Things Appy: 5 Best Chrome Apps for Book Lovers 2  MickyWalker   2013-12-15 00:42:58 
Re: One Smart Ringy Dingy Coming Soon 2  sidpanchal   2013-12-12 03:32:07 
Re: Using Tech To Help Supervise Children 2  JamesCal   2013-12-09 15:37:32 
Re: NSA Snoops Extend Ops to Online Games 3  Kagehi   2013-12-09 14:05:56 
Re: Stolen Password Analysis Exposes Foolish Choices 3  OlivierBerni   2013-12-08 18:09:56 
Re: Wormholes Might Link Quantum-Entangled Quarks 2  bgrnathan   2013-12-06 08:08:59 
Re: Delivery Drones Could Be Skyjackers' Heaven 2  james_paul_white   2013-12-05 11:00:24 
Re: The Healing Begins for Healthcare.gov 3  just4kicks   2013-12-04 17:09:44 
Re: Could Ashton Kutcher Be the Next Steve Jobs? 3  mod   2013-12-02 17:35:19 

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