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tejan gupta
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Re: Getting the words right
tejan gupta   6/30/2015 5:27:13 AM
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Clearly a lot has changed for Mac as well. Viruses have evolved and now Mac does get PC viruses after all. Bottom line advantage

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Re: Getting the words right
finch   6/27/2015 7:01:45 AM
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Clearly a lot has changed for Mac as well.

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Re: Why to Buy a PC
upender02   6/6/2015 9:31:48 AM
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nice article

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Re: Why to Buy a PC
jitender17   6/6/2015 4:08:57 AM
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nice post

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Re: Why to Buy a PC
anusha   6/5/2015 5:37:23 AM
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nice article

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Re: Why to Buy a PC
joncena   1/12/2015 3:41:55 PM
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nice article to protect our mac pc

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Re: Why to Buy a PC
swaraj   1/12/2015 3:41:46 PM
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nice post even i am thinking to buy ,mac

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Re: Made in the USA
VarunReddy   12/14/2014 2:14:28 PM
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very nice article will buy it soon

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Re: Made in the USA
hannahtravels   7/9/2012 3:43:21 AM
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You ask great questions @vrs400. Adding onto the sustainability question, I also wonder if this is why so many companies have been moving manufacturing for fear of quick collapse? Can anyone give an example of a 'Made in the USA' success story?

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Re: Made in the USA
vrs400   6/30/2012 2:50:53 PM
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It comes back to fair wages argument and the "for how long?" question. The made in the USA thing might be a good short term boost for the company and American jobs, but is it sustainable? Will the devices be even more subsidized by carriers?

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