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Sep 28, 2013
geness, you've just described the market's 'natural equilibrium', as some people call it: In just about any given market, all the major players sell roughly the same product at roughly the same price. They could make significant improvements to quality and/or price-point, but they know that their competition could, too, and the net result will be that they'll be left with similar marketshare but reduced margins. So instead, they compete for marketshare with gimmicks and low-cost marginal product improvements.
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Sep 28, 2013
Already being done in violent computer games (Grand Theft Auto, etc.)?
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Sep 28, 2013
This doc is wasting his time, he should be working for Apple and become the next Steve Jobs.

At least companies use their own money.
Political parties do the same, except they use tax payers money and higher than the sky debt ceiling.
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Sep 28, 2013
We all laugh on it, but they really mean to create it... !
Sep 28, 2013
Who is Gary?
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