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    Vitaliy_Kiselev
    Why ruling class so loves copyright and patents?
    • Systems like copyright and patents long time ago had been useful tools for society. At the time you did not require paid media to tell anyone how useful they are. And certainly did not use some big institutions to find bad guys who want to break them.

      But as time goes and means of production develop, society changes accordingly, and this tools became annoying hitch on the way of progress. But part of ruling class depend on this tools for their existence, their eradication will wipe out this parasites and it will also make position of all ruling class much less stable. And suddenly you have real monsters living on tax payers money who act directly against interest of almost all tax payers.

      Free information sharing not only adds huge boost to science and overall education, but it also free hordes of people who just retell you same thing, but cheaper and in worse version as you don't have money or also time to access best source of information.

      Ruling class even started to openly rip and destroy culture, punish people who collect and cherish old music, films, books. As they are preventing pushing and selling newly made subpar stuff.

      In the years to come all the ruling class elements doing this and prostitute media who assist them will be eradicated, and the longer they will try to resist - the more painful and radical for them this process will be.

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    DrDave
    Panic in Apple
    • Talked to one developer inside Apple.

      Smartphone division since start of February is in total panic mode (not ala Olympus. it is light years behind). Developers fear Apple can be excluded from foldable phone niche. Despite all secrecy due to big number of necessary OS changes developers know very well progress with folding smartphone hardware.

      Samsung rejected providing any significant volume of folding screens to Apple until late 2020.

      Same thing is even more true with BOE, company who makes foldable screens for Xiaomi and all other Chinese brands.

      Rumors multiple like firestorm among iOS related developers as Apple can do first significant round of surgical cuts around April or May.
      Cut will follow next round of iPhones price cuts that can reach 30% on few markets, even 50%, if you account trade in that can be extended for cheap third party Android phones also. This is also tightly related with MacOS team being slowly transferred and taking much higher role among core iOS teams.

      April-May timing had been selected due to more clear understanding of China-US trade war progress, during this period it can be clear if Apple will be completely and officially thrown out from internal Chinese market, for now it is all being done using media propaganda (sales of Apple and Samsung are expected to drop around 80-90% this year in China).

      Industry rumors tell that Samsung S10 and present Apple iPhones will be discounted as much as 60% in December and first months of 2020 as all industry will start migration to folding phones leaving non-folding models only for entry level devices.

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    Vitaliy_Kiselev
    Nvidia gaming GPU sales dropped almost 50%
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      As it turns out rumors had been true - NVidia had been one of the main sponsors of cryptocurrency craze and it tuned in huge profit for them (as publications and media are quite cheap now).

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    Bike sales in 2018, less fitness more ebikes
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      Can notice same price hikes (average one year inflation in industry is 14-16%).

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