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Tim Cook Makes Controversial Statements Vs Windows 8, Android

Apple CEO Tim Cook has come out with some rather controversial statements against Android and Windows 8, that may likely be talked about for the next few months. Cook made the statements during Apple’s first quarter earnings report. The statements he made hints  that Apple does not have any plans of merging the iPad with
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