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And Apple doesn't?http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/519903/20131106/apple-inc-government-requests-devices.htm...or Microsoft or Yahoo or Dropbox or...There was an article detailing how Apple will handle future user data requests from law enforcement and/or courts just a few days ago here at AI. I don't know that Google's conditions for complying with legal requests are any different from...
I think you might be looking at old data TS. As recently as yesterday there was a report saying about a third of all smartphones shipped in the first quarter have 5" or larger displays. http://www.canalys.com/newsroom/third-smart-phones-shipped-q1-had-5-plus-displays
Oh jeez... Here's your "Apple data" listing the factories Hon-Hai uses to produce Apple products including the one mentioned by Focus Taiwan located at 37 St., Dinh Tram Industry Zone, Viet Yen, Bac Giang, Vietnam.https://www.apple.com/supplier-responsibility/pdf/Apple_Supplier_List_2014.pdfSo it IS known that some of Hon-Hai's Apple product production takes place in Vietnam whether you want to acknowledge it or not.
This explains what the riots are prompted by. Companies from not only Mainland China but also Malaysia, Taiwan and others are attracting attacks.http://www.cnbc.com/id/101674053
Apparently you can. Hackers always seem to find a way.http://www.techhive.com/article/2042541/adobe-creative-cloud-cracked-and-pirated-mere-days-after-launch.html
Oil-drilling by Chinese companies is to blame for the rioting.
"Apple data shows that the world's largest contract maker of electronic goods (Foxconn/Hon-Hai) runs a production and assembly line for Apple products in Bac Giagn Province in northern Vietnam."http://focustaiwan.tw/news/aeco/201405160024.aspxhttp://techcrunch.com/2012/09/02/purported-redesigned-apple-earbuds-leaked-in-vietnam/This is a pretty cool interactive map showing the purported factory locations for Apple...
Use Google's Advanced Patent Search and type in graphene as the search term. Lots of patents involving it. IBM looks to have done a LOT of work with it based on the number of patents.http://www.google.com/advanced_patent_search Can you find the same info with Bing or Yahoo or DuckDuckGo? EDIT: Searching for graphene display returns very pertinent results. Samsung, Guardian Industries, Princeton, and various Chinese researchers are pretty active.
Lots of companies, blog sites and advertisers are pushing cookies aside in favor of web beacons, web bugs, pixel tags and other tracking tech. Even Apple, generally considered as privacy-friendly, mentions in the Privacy Policy they are using several of these, Cookies are old school which is why it's popular for websites to say "we don't use 'em". They don't need to.Some of the most invasive and impossible to avoid tracking is provided by companies like Kissmetrics. If...
Graphene production looks as tho it might have some environmental negatives that need to be figured out http://www.kurzweilai.net/graphenes-negative-environmental-impacts
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