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– „Why go with Boxee? A few reasons, really: it’s free to download, it’s got a ton of great applications and add-ins, and it was, like XMBC, built with a big-screen interface in mind.“
– „Imagine, if you will, that you bought a cloud-enabled toaster. And that one day, you got a sudden in-home upgrade to three toast slots from two. Then, just as suddenly, the new feature addition was rolled back. So you were left with two slots and some smushed toast. And then your toaster decided it wanted to start serving orange juice.“
– „I think that this is truly disruptive. The reason Square exists is because of three macro trends: the pervasiveness of mobile Internet, the increase in the use of electronic payment systems and most importantly the availability of low-cost, always-on computers (aka smart phones) that allow sophisticated software to conduct complex tasks on the go.“