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Old 10-27-2012, 11:42 PM   #42
Prestidigitweeze
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Finally, an accurate history of the expense of internal storage without bias toward any particular platform.

Yes, a hardware company wanted you to have to to buy extra memory without the option of an SD card (Apple), a content vendor wanted you to have to depend on them and not your device to store what you bought from their site (Amazon), and an ad-driven software company wanted you to use a form of storage that left you vulnerable to more ads (Google). All three are trying to maximize profits and there are no white knights on the horizon.

Let's hope that Microsoft has a different strategy (and I don't mean SkyDive).

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