Selling the tablet bundled with a keyboard suggests Dell views it as a device for creating content rather than just consuming it, perhaps because Windows RT is designed to provide some "laptop-like" capabilities, Kay said.
Got it? Softkeys on tablets on smartphones are for consuming content, not creating any serious content. For texting, and short emails, softkeys are annoying. Are quality tactile keyboards and keypads antiquated by the hipster consumer crowd? Damn brats.
“Governments constantly choose between telling lies and fighting wars, with the end result always being the same. One will always lead to the other.”
- Thomas Jefferson
Spying on criminal elements of society is one thing, spying on everyone, and assembling metadata into some huge searchable database with a profit motive is another.
I assume all pivacy online is now gone for good. This does not mean it's ok. ie: Privacy in Ubuntu 12.10: Amazon Ads and Data Leaks
"Four or more cups a day lowered the risk of getting oral cancers by 49%." Is that public relations from coffee producers? Did the percentage of oral cancers go down because people died from diabetes? I'm VERY skeptical.
Why'd you flag his post as a troll for? It's a legit assumption, whether its completely ignorant of the study or not. Most of the general public are increasingly unaware of more and more reality outside their individual tiny inner circles of immediate friends and family, and their social media apps. Corporate media is a dubious source of information controlled by the biggest advertisers and trust funds from big oil and other polluters. These types of funders, clearly driven by self-interest, drive the storyline the public chats about, injecting half-truths and lies that promote their own selfish interests into the public conscience, everyone and everything else be damned. So yeah, warm n fuzzy "studies" like this should be initially met with skepticism.
The rich get rich, and the poor get poorer. The haves get more, the have-nots die.