October 29, 2012

Tech Fans Know Buyer's Remorse

Tim Bajarin, Tech.pinions

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So, getting upset that Apple introduced a new iPad not long after the last one came out should not be that upsetting to people. The opposite would be to tell Apple to slow down the pace of innovation and as a technology buyer that is the last thing I want Apple to do. The same goes for Google, Amazon and any other company who delivers innovative products. The key is to understand that what you buy today will meet your needs today since you may not even know what your needs will be tomorrow. That is the job of the tech companies; to anticipate users future needs and drive their R &D in that direction.

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