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1. Cover, Samsung copycat +
Here are three simple stories worth noting on Saturday April 27, 2013.

Samsung Aims to Copy Apple, Again


According to a new Korean report, Samsung Electronics is planning to sell 100 million units of 'GALAXY S4' as a single brand for the first time. Why is this so important to them? Well it's really quite simple. The report states that "Apple is the only Smartphone maker that holds the record of selling more than 100 million units of a single brand. The sales volume of iPhone 4S is estimated to be over 100 million." Setting their sales goal for the Galaxy S4 at 100 million wasn't an accident.


These guys are seriously demented when it comes to copying Apple. But there it is in black and white. Let's see if the they could break Apple's record this year. With the Galaxy S4's sexy plastic body and S3 features repackaged, how can they miss right? Only time will tell. Source


Intel Counts the Nano Seconds to Core 4


I meant that literally as you could see in their latest notice revealed yesterday.


2. Intel's New Core 4 Hype

Intel's newsroom announced that "in approximately 3,337,200,000,000,000 nanoseconds, Intel will reveal all there is to know about the highly anticipated 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor family. The new family of processors will surpass old technology expectations and usher in a host of striking new designs with incredible performance and extraordinarily long battery life."


Why say June when you can be cool and say 3,337,200,000,000,000 nano seconds?


Google may have a Surprise for Glass


3. Google Glass photo

Ars Technica reports that a Google Glass developer revealed a specification that may hint at Glass doubling as an Android smartphone. That coincidentally mirrors an Apple idea found in a 2012 granted patent. Of course Apple has a few more details.


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No, sales records are not copying per say. But I think the point Jack was making is that, the Apple envy is quite evident. Everything they do just comes across as chasing Apples tails. They're simply obsessed with Apples products more than even Apples most loyal users. Whether they're emulating Apples product design philosophies or trying to match Apples records, it seems everything they are doing is completely obsessive Apple envy and chasing Apples heels.

It's pretty pathetic. Number one, for sales records to even be a noteworthy goal for the company, but also the fact that their goal is simply to chase Apples records. It's a pretty sad and uninspiring way for a company to act who is supposedly a "market leader." Yea, leaders surely don't follow, they lead, hence the term LEADER.

Jack Purcher

Well I don't know what "breachkin" is, but I assume you meant to say "breaking" in your excitable state.

No, there's no harm in breaking a record as that's an admirable goal for any sales team or company. The thing is that most keep it low key or to themselves until they actually achieve it rather than boast about something that is still a dream. Apple has succeeded and Samsung envy demands that they achieve that. It's an obsession with Samsung to copy Apple. It's just the way it is Mr. X.


Is breackin a sales record copying?

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