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I've wondered how many tracks Google Music has available. So you found it was 15million then? Thanks. By the way where did you find that?EDIT: You got my curiosity going. I don't see anything real current but as of about 6 months ago Google said they offered about 20M tracks in their catalog which placed them similar to Spotify who also claimed 20M. . . and 20% of those had never played even once!
Well, actually. . .http://www.digitalearthblog.com/200908/nessie-found-in-google-earth/
I think both Apple and Google source some imagery from Digital Globe. As they're purchased static images I wouldn't expect they would all match. Years ago another satellite image also supposedly located "Nessie". That one was seen on Google Earth I believe. But dang, the satellite views being made available to the public are simply incredibly detailed. Some years back we purchased what was at the time a high-resolution regional image from Microsoft for use in creating...
Stick it to Apple? I'm sure there's an even lower-profile way to do so, but this one would still be a poor choice for thumbing their nose. Who even knows the back-story with Apple and SBB? A few readers of Apple tech forums. Big deal. If there was any "sticking it to Apple" going on I'd think it was more likely SBB perhaps not entirely pleased with their previous Apple negotiations.
Some of the similarities and differences between Google All-Access and XBox Music are discussed here:http://www.androidcentral.com/listen-comparing-xbox-music-and-google-play-music-all-access
Yes there is, and not even "leaks". IMO better not to reply at all if the only reason is to be snippy to you.Here's one hands-on video from yesterday:http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/17/5622144/apple-carplay-hands-on
That's what Veschi, Rockstar's CEO, publicly said. The Chief Judge in her ruling does not believe him.
Nope, wrong again. The 6 (or was it 7) patents that MM wanted to use were not all standard-essential. In fact IIRC none of them were.
Perhaps you aren't reading enough. MM requested that ITC case be dropped just 6 weeks after it was filed.There's not a single new lawsuit using MM IP in the works despite Motorola Mobility and/or Google having plenty of time to root thru those patents and find a few appropriate ones.http://venturebeat.com/2012/10/02/googlemotorola-unilaterally-drop-itc-patent-infringement-case-against-apple/Now if you look really hard you might stumble on the only patent infringement...
...and yet don't bring a single lawsuit using any of them against a tech neighbor. Odd for a company that supposedly bought them to go after their competitors don't you think?
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