Monthly Archives: September 2013

The spread of terror

What’s interesting to me is that there is only one religion that’s favored by the left. Islam gets a pass. Why? In a twisted way, it’s because the dogs of hate hope to see Islam spread in America in order … Continue reading

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After its disastrous Exynos 5 Octa, Samsung may have lost Apple’s A7 contract to TSMC

Apple has long been expected to move its A-series chip production from Samsung to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. This wasn’t expected to happen before next year, but mounting evidence suggests TSMC may already be building the unprecedented 64-bit A7 inside … Continue reading

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Hands-on with the new 64-bit A7-powered iPhone 5s with new M7, camera features & Touch ID

Without any of Samsung’s embarrassing show stereotypes and circus theatrics, Apple unveiled its “forward thinking” new iPhone 5s as not just “what’s next,” but “what should be next,” advancing mobile devices into the 64-bit computing world for the first time. … Continue reading

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The Apple Era begins as Microsoft, Google shift to a hardware centric model

The formerly universal consensus that widely licensed software (like Windows) would always win out over integrated hardware products (like the Macintosh) has finally reached a definitive end, years after being proved wrong. A long monopoly game finally ends At some … Continue reading

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