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batye
batye
3/1/2016 3:16:19 AM
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Re: Silicon Valley roots?
@Ariella yes, but this days is so many players in smartwatch market... and I'm not counting no name one from China... over-saturating the market....

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batye
batye
3/1/2016 3:14:38 AM
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Re: Silicon Valley roots?
@freehe  I would say this days at this stage of the economy... it no other way around only moving forward...

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batye
batye
3/1/2016 3:13:43 AM
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Re: Silicon Valley roots?
@vnewman  maybe Apple overlook for now... or ???

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freehe
freehe
2/27/2016 12:50:24 PM
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Re: Silicon Valley roots?
ms.akkineni, I agree.  If a company no matter what the size wants to remain competitive they must move towards full or partial virtualization. U.S. companies are more rigid in terms of moving towards newer technology than overseas companies which is unfortunate.

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vnewman
vnewman
2/26/2016 4:50:55 PM
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Re: Silicon Valley roots?
The Pebble works with both Android and iPhone? I'm surprised that Apple didn't squash that somehow.

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Ariella
Ariella
2/25/2016 3:34:19 PM
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Re: Silicon Valley roots?
@mpourayan yes, the same guy said that nothing compares to Pebble's long battery life.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
2/25/2016 3:00:31 PM
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Re: Silicon Valley roots?
I have invested in a "pebble" and am quite impressed by it--all the key functions at a fraction of the cost.    There lies Apple's Challenge as we march on with the transformation process.  

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
2/25/2016 10:44:31 AM
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Re: Silicon Valley roots?
@Ariella:

Competition is a significant key item that all enterprises have to cope and deal with, no matter how big or small a company is. We never know it may just take one product for a tiny company to become BIG into market and then get into dominant share and focus. That small entity can very well shake the big players completely. What really matters is understanding the consumer nerve and catching with any craving element that seems to be missing part. That would yield to success, just my two centes.

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Ariella
Ariella
2/24/2016 4:29:26 PM
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Re: Silicon Valley roots?
@mpouraryan Well, Apple got some stiff competition in the smartwatch category. One of my online friends posted today that he's very much enamored of his Huawei watch for the look of its face and its reasonable price.

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batye
batye
2/24/2016 4:00:28 PM
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Re: Silicon Valley roots?
@mpouraryan  thank you, humanity still have Hope :) 

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