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Seriously though, this is a niche analog technology for a small, but important market. I imagine it will always be the realm of small volume, high margin products.
(Gen. 9:21 for precedent)
Things are now drifting to the converse of the SNL bit from the mid-90s where they had cell phones the size of pencil erasers to the status symbol being ever bigger phones. Come to think of it, remember the boom boxes in the '80s? (yes, yes, I'm very old. I know.) Those things were huge!
Maybe we'll get back to that and trendsetters will start carrying there MP3 player/cell phone/tabletbox-computer around on their shoulders for the world to see
You heard it here first!
Okay, I don't see anyone else 'fessing up here to rubbernecking, so I'm just going to have to say it. Sure it's really scary and all that, but that is one of the coolest pictures that I have seen in a long time
I mean this is seriously cool.
Seriously, that was exactly what I was going to say, but I'll even go one further: it would surprise me in the least if Huawei's equipment had a backdoor put into Cisco's equipment by the NSA that Huawei didn't catch when stealing the source code.
If the look hard enough, the Indians may well find two backdoors.
...our pre-college (and increasingly our undergraduate) school system still de-emphasises critical thinking and abstract problem solving.
Our school system is apparently training our children to be President.