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  • Apple Pay - Nice But Not A Big Deal  [View article]
    The game doesn't start until the king arrives. Apple is king, was, is, shall continue to be. Watch the whole category advance.
    Sep 14, 2014. 01:48 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Pay - Nice But Not A Big Deal  [View article]
    Plus add that smartphones increased 25.3% last year (from the same IDC figures)
    Plus add the variance in purchasing power of iOS versus other smartphone users.
    Plus include that NFS is in early adopter phase
    = Michael's comments are erroneous and should be discarded like the daily rubbish.
    I find many seekingalpha authors use facts sparingly and appear to miss key market trends. What I find most useful is the counter opinions like Anthony - those people with a better grasp of the facts. Thank you to Anthony and all other scribes.
    Sep 14, 2014. 01:44 AM | 15 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Watch Is Out... Investors Should Watch Out  [View article]
    Just proves you are a laggard
    100 million sales+
    The whole smartwatch category will benefit
    I am getting the feeling that you were among the last to purchase any new kind of technology ...
    If I look back at your history, maybe you were one of those informed analysts that lambasted the iPad? True?
    Sep 10, 2014. 09:42 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Apple's iWatch Isn't A Guaranteed Home Run  [View article]
    If the iWatch exceeds expectations = Gamechanger = adoption curve well above CCS Insight figures - suggest whose smartwatch figures will be proved grossly inaccurate,
    As in reality the party doesn't really start until the king arrives.
    Smartwatches will become the norm - for so many convenient disruptive reasons.
    Sep 8, 2014. 06:27 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • SoftBank (SFTBF.PK) CEO Masayoshi Son says he won't rule out making a bid for MetroPCS (PCS), currently slated to merge with T-Mobile USA. The fact SoftBank's deal to acquire 70% of Sprint (S) includes an $8B cash infusion could allow Sprint to make an offer on SoftBank's behalf. The MetroPCS/T-Mobile deal features a $150M termination fee. (more on PCS/T-Mobile) (more on SoftBank/Sprint[View news story]
    I founded The Knowledge Hunters in 2003 with a primary focus of helping executives gain visibility of key market information to support the decision-making process.
    Nov 22, 2012. 04:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment