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It's amazing Apple doesn't understand that it pisses people off when they have to see ads and yet they still waste $10's of millions on them./s
Whoa, GOOG up over $70 $80 today because they beat market projections? (Sog did you miss out on this one?) That holds out high hopes for a big bump for Apple next week as I've been reading that most estimates say Apple will exceed their projections too.
"Apple will play a large role in determining the 10nm leader because of its massive wafer volumes, Jones said. The company orders 40,000 wafers per month, which would significantly help fill a fab but also require $8 billion in capital expenditures from a chip maker."
Samsung has a partnership with Global Foundries too, who license the 14nm process from Samsung. That would allow them to make use of the GF facilities in New York State as well as Korea for overflow orders.
The Nano's are a whole lot more expensive than the Shuffle's aren't they?Anyway wouldn't the Sony Walkman NW-E's be comparable in features, even more full-featured perhaps, and quality to the Nano? Maybe they aren't as I don't use either one.http://www.amazon.com/Sony-NWZE384-Walkman-Video-Player/dp/B00ECRPOKS/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1437138580&sr=1-1&keywords=Sony+walkman+NW-E
This is another "watershed moment" IMO. The European High Court has finally offered guidance on what steps are required before considering an injunction over SEP claims.http://www.essentialpatentblog.com/First Step – Prior Notice to Infringer. The court thus ruled that, before bringing suit for injunctive relief, an SEP owner must “first … alert the alleged infringer of the infringement complained about by designating that SEP and specifying the way in which it has been...
That category includes revenue from Beats, iPod, Apple TV, Apple-branded accessories, third-party accessories, and the Apple Watch of course.
St. Jude's has a unique use for the iPod Touch http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20150716005296/en/St.-Jude-Medical-Receives-FDA-Approval-Industrys#.Vafy4ipVhBc
I'm not saying Apple didn't already have an interest in eSIMS. Quite the opposite as I'm guessing Apple is joining the standards-setting group now to protect those interests.Why do you think Apple has decided to join the group if not for that reason?EDIT: Perhaps Apple hasn't actually decided to join the initiative, instead only committing to use it and not necessarily instead of their own solution either? This is a bit confusing:The GSMA said it was “continuing to work...
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