By the way, if you get mad at your Mac laptop and wonder who designed this demonic device, notice the manufacturer's icon on top: an apple with a bite out of it.
I'm an expert witness in a case that's in appeal about a guy who allegedly misappropriated source code from a major, major company - he actually worked there and then apparently they found it on his laptop later.
A young musician needs a powerful laptop and a good analogue synthesiser.
I'm just a Bolshevik with a laptop.
There are so many devices that can receive video, creating complexities, because suddenly you can have a TV, laptop, smartphone, pads. And they are of different sizes. It's clear that you need to standardise and get a much more efficient TV delivery.
I do use a laptop, but I'm very technophobic. I've never downloaded anything. I've never bought anything on Amazon. I'm really ridiculous. I don't know what it is.
Practically every smartphone, tablet, and laptop is fabricated in a Chinese factory, even if they are designed here.
I generally travel with my laptop, a couple of great books, and my iPod.
I bought a laptop in 1999, and it was quite liberating, because I could make a lot of my own decisions.
My goal is not selling laptops. OLPC is not in the laptop business. It's in the education business.
There is no physical activity. All entertainment is happening in phone. Films can also be seen in laptop, so no one is visiting cinema halls.
The laptop brings back a more seamless kind of learning.
I have the standard cartoonist setup, which is one of those Cintiq tablets, and a laptop. If I'm mostly writing code, I'm on the laptop, and if I'm mostly drawing, I'm on the Cintiq.
Everything will be okay. I have a sticker on my laptop that says that.