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54 million in a single quarter. And Samsung is expecting to sell 46 million of their S6/S6 Edge this year (over 3 quarters). And that's up from their original estimate of 38 million (that they increased due to better than expected demand from carriers).
I saw that. The poster you quoted sure understands what's going on, and made a fool of The Verge and all the commenters.
 Unless someone bugged their corner table at Masa while dining over their "victory", I don't think we'll ever know what transpired between them.
YESYESYES
 Curious what your opinion is on Tesla (it's no secret I don't like them at all). I'm intimately familiar with BMW electronics and your car would be far more advanced than any Tesla in so many regards (depending on what options you have). BMW is like Apple - lots of technology going on underneath but they never really advertise it or talk about it. Where other manufacturers would list them all so they could show a huge long list of check marks.
 Yes. But that's only one part of their business. From my end they are known more as a supplier of components/modules to vehicle manufacturers. Not as well known in the public as someone like Bosch or Valeo, but still significant. Dunlop is another company that makes a lot of automotive components but is mainly known for tires.
That's like asking what's the difference between brushing paint on metal and electroplating metal. This is more like electroplating.Thank you Mr. Engineer for explaining this to us.
 I had to go check it out after I read this. Here I thought it was just an App to make fart sounds. Then I found out you can put your iPhone somewhere and send a remote fart to play on it. My kids are going to be begging me to get this one. At least that's what I'll tell people the first time I set it off.
And in the background a Wells Fargo billboard promoting Apple Pay. This is a brilliant marketing campaign. Nothing like throwing cold water all over the GS6 launch and keeping the iPhone 6 in people's minds after the previous blockbuster quarter.
That's what you get for using software based encryption (Android) instead of hardware (Apple).   Funny that Apple has had on-device hardware encryption since the 3GS. How many years ago did that phone come out?
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