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Comment More tests please. (Score 2, Informative) 442

Of course, there is good reason to be skeptical of this claim. A post from Universe Today (http://www.universetoday.com/89933/special-relativity-may-answer-faster-than-light-neutrino-mystery/), seems to indicate that OPERA may not have taken certain things into account in their measurements. Something about the relativistic motion of the GPS clocks. I'm not a Physicist, so I won't claim to understand fully all of the data. but I agree that independent checks are crucial.

Comment Re:I feel like I'm repeating myself. (Score 1) 406

I think that's a perfectly fair statement. I think my perspective comes from not caring about which manufacturer produces my device, Android versus iOS isn't really interesting. when I shop for a product I proceed as I suggested -- on a piece by piece basis. I really like a lot of the Android hardware, and I am a supporter of open standards and open source... however, I also think that Apple's "Walled Garden" makes for a much cleaner and integrated final product -- so an actual decision won't come until I actually have money to vote with.

Comment I feel like I'm repeating myself. (Score 1) 406

Seriously, there's 24 smartphones listed on their website. Anyways, it seems to me that if you sell more than two or three phones at a time your company will appeal to a broader user base... reminds me of that saying, "if you throw enough shit at a wall, some of it is bound to stick". The Bloomberg link does talk about the fact that Samsung has been smart to carry such a diverse lineup of phones, I agree the broad selection is attractive, and that's likely the key factor at play. How would the numbers play out if we compared on a phone by phone basis... Galaxy Nexus to the iPhone 4, or Galaxy II thingy to the iPhone 4S

Comment How many phones does samsung actively market? (Score 1) 1

Seriously, there's 24 smartphones listed on their website. Anyways, it seems to me that if you sell more than two or three phones at a time your company will appeal to a broader user base... reminds me of that saying, "if you throw enough shit at a wall, some of it is bound to stick". The Bloomberg link does talk about the fact that Samsung has been smart to carry such a diverse lineup of phones, I agree the broad selection is attractive, and that's likely the key factor at play. How would the numbers play out if we compared on a phone by phone basis... Galaxy Nexus to the iPhone 4, or Galaxy II thingy to the iPhone 4S

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