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Apple hasn't been avoiding any tax it is liable, despite what some grandstanding senate taxeater says.Here is the great Kerry Packer, a smaller Murdoch competitor, letting these parasites know exactly what he thinks of them and their ilk (it goes for 2:49. Jump through to the 2:00 mark for his views on tax minimisation).
We have that d-link modem-router. My first thought when looking at one hub is that it was the same, but with less LAN ports and no USB ports at all. Google is lucky it isn't Apple or it might get criticised for a lack of ports. Anyway, the key feature is the hub capacity for things like Nest. Apple has been too slow and Google is leapfrogging Apple here.
Yes, but freakn' funny. My hat tips to you, Soli.lmao, sir.
it is also a kindness to spare someone a lot of work and time if you dig your enemy's and your own grave. Shovel sales are booming don't you know and the shovel seller might not have the time.I can't believe trolls derailed this thread so early by getting what appear to be young and naive chaps to focus on the shape of the watch itself. Not relevant.It is the app elements, or more precisely the way they interact with the OS, that is the point. The tizen app icons are of...
Just bundle The apps for current streamers at a discount subscrpition, with unified search. Don't waste time with the networks.
The 6s will be lucky to sell for more than a couple of days in September, preceded by three weeks of waiting after the announcement.
Wait, there is a "black caucus"? Politicians align and campaign on the varying amount of pigment in their skin? and people vote for them on this basis? Like they were a bunch of tribes and the people in that tribe vote for the big man who gives them stuff? This will all end well.
Apple should have launched in a country with a high level of the hardware at POS already in place. Like Australia. The adoption rate would be much higher there.
What's the point if it metered? One and half gig per month subscription would last a few days at best.
Yes, that Telstra deal is only so far as a single subscription for the streamers, not the FTA channels yet. That said, on the one hand one of the streamers, Presto, is owned by the big cable company Foxtel, which owns Sky sports channels etc. On the other hand it is possible that the presto part of the subscription could end up streaming sport The gripping hand is the 'tel' part of Foxtel is Telstra. At the moment Presto has a limited range compared with Netflix, which...
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