I don't disagree with you, but I'll also add that there are some kinds of environments which need a huge DB like Oracle.
Because, let's face it, SQL server doesn't really scale up to the same level of performance, no matter what anybody tells you.
If you're big enough that nothing but Oracle will do, this is the cost of doing business.
If you believe SQL Server actually provides Enterprise class solutions
Not saying that Oracle aren't greedy bastards who gouge their customers, but sometimes you really do need a bigger environment.
So doesn't Oracle's SPARC/Solaris line already cover this?
Well, in a hundred years or so people will still want to listen to Bach and Mozart's music. And preferring Bach or Mozart's music. Can't necessarily say the same for Nirvana or The Sex Pistols (RIP Sid), even if there are people who would whip into a frenzy for the fact being stated as so.
Check out this article in The Guardian 'Factory wipe' on Android phones left naked selfies and worse, study finds,
Really keep the thing for parts yourself. Or just keep it. You can't safely wipe it. Really. You can't. Though the chance of somebody actually harming you is small it is there. And if you have enough paranoia to ask this question then you will worry. Even years from now it will pop into your head at three AM unbidden and for no reason. Was that picture of me and Irma Plotnik really gone? Really really?
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Wow, we have deflation!!!111ONEONEONE. Hmm, maybe another link?
Bad news for burrito addicts: Chipotle announced it will raise its prices for the first time in three years, by 5 percent, in response to the increase in beef, avocado and cheese prices.
Whole 5% other 3 years, that's like 1.5% of inflation each year! The sky is falling!
If you actually could follow a logical argument, you'd have checked http://bpp.mit.edu/usa/ - it tracks the actual prices. So far their numbers are in agreement with the official stats. But no, libertards prefer to live in imaginary worlds, they are too scared to actually admit that their mythology of tax cuts as a universal treatment is wrong.
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(from article) Is there any hope for the likes of Tizen, Firefox OS, and Windows on phones and tablets?
How did Windows Phone get in that group. That's the 3rd largest ecosystem and growing rapidly with multiple billions behind it. It has shipped and is shipping. Unitwise it is over 1/3rd of of iOS sales. Definitely 3rd place but not marginal, or non-existant.
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