TOP 233 Comments
- Uber / R&D jidaoLol the myth that Apple doesn't collect data, apple does exactly the same as Google and use the data in a very similar way, it's not because the CEO advertised the closure of a failed product (iAds) as being a nice thing that you need to believe it.
Apple has been collecting data the same way as Google and using it the exact same way. One company is honest about it the other is not and doing shady things. The choice is easy indeed, I stay as far as I can from Apple productsFeb 20 6
- The amount of data collected by apple vs google is significant. You can check this by downloading all the data they have on you due to GDPR laws. Facebook is also significantly worse than Google.
And there is a significant difference in how the data is used and where it goes after collection between these three companies.
- Microsoft abso7Being at MSFT, my total comp cant support such luxary items. Maybe one day I can work on fang and afford such luxuries.
- New / Eng sparkedNope just cause that’s a shit name a techie would come up with; if that’s all marketing could do I have super low expectations
- Nokia HuricanCR7Not at $2k. But definitely they will re think and re work the tech and that price. 1-2 iterations from now would be a perfectly completed product.
Kudos to Samsung just to come up with something like that while Apple is still working with the notch and other sh!t.
- This isn’t a criticism. But what problem is this solving? Seems like a better form factor for a lot of reading. Like a kindle. But regardless of price, it’s not for me.
- Microsoft / Eng 620154moreI can't wait for gen 2 or 3 when they've got the kinks worked out and there's more of an ecosystem
- Bloomberg / Eng Fork()moreY'all don't realize this is the version of something that has been in research for the last 10+ years. I'm waiting for my blanket that doubles as a TV.
- New nGAs07Well they just blew Apple apart in terms of innovation. Makes Apple X look like a second gen phone now.
- Don't think Samsung would have much of a sales Target with the fold. This is clearly a "we were the first to the market" device intended to show off their tech. Naturally, the second or third gen. would be more sales oriented
I thought you'll get it.
- Amazon aEfo16Devices with foldable screens are gonna make their way into our lives eventually. TV's that fold out of nowhere or at least take up half or quarter of their space when not in use would be game changing.
Like most first iterations, a select few alpha users will probably fork out the money for this iteration. It's a solid step to figure out if foldable devices have a future
- It’s like they started out with a mission to make a foldable phone and then figured out what to do with it later.
I’d be surprised if this device makes it past a third revision before it’s removed from the lineup.