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They're new watch is and color screen are incompatible with the original b/w screen model. That won't help. The new models will be more expensive as well, in order to accommodate the new functionality. But no matter what, it's still a cheap design, without a touch screen. The colors of the ink screens are terrible, as well, making anything other than mild graphic visuals unpleasant. The screen is pretty small too, as can be seen by the pics. The original model has a lot...
It's funny how information such as this poops up, isn't it? Can it really be that the Justice Department wasn't aware of any of this before they began investigating apple? And now that they do have this I for, because it's hardly be.ievable that they wouldn't see it now th at its being published, how will this change things? Will they add all of these companies to the investigation, or will they ignore them, and continue on with their investigation of apple? More to...
Forced is exactly what has happened. Look it up.
Perhaps you guys should take a minute, and type national champion mergers into Google. After the junk about the National Football League, you will find a lot of information about this. Here's just two examples. I'll let you find the rest.http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/be8f09bc-6c60-11dc-a0cf-0000779fd2ac.html#axzz3aDEfNEDVhttp://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_championsAs far as the new rulings on taxes go, we'll just need to see how well that works. As usual there, it's...
Doesn't matter, what he set in motion has become part of the American way of life. He has to be blamed for that. The automotive companies and tire companies are certainly not kicking to keep gas power alive. Why you would even say that is hard to understand.And you should know that it was Exxon, in the early '90's, that first worked on Li-on battery technology for cars. They spent a !billion before givi f up. It wasn't until years later that they became usable for that...
That's what batteries are for. With the cost of producing solar dropping so fast, in a matter of time, not so far away, we'll,see cell installations that produce much more power than needed during the day. Some do that now.In Hawaii, the power company is complaining that homeowners are pumping so much energy back into the grid, that they don't know what to do with it. They've been ordered to fix their system so that they do know. That's how it should be.
We're no going to see nuclear plants producing their own fuel. That horse has left the barn a long time ago with the rise in terrorism. The chance of that material getting captured is too great. It doesn't get proceed in the premises, and not leave the premises. It has to go to a reprocessing plant. And that material is of a low bomb quality. Not going to happen! It's what we're trying to prevent Iran from doing with their breeder reactor the Russians built for them.
Gas is by no means cleaner. And the problem with nuclear is where the large amount of waste goes. Also, unless you've got a solution to that problem, don't bother. I like nuclear as well, but I do admit that the waste problem is a biggie.
They point at Apple because of their visibility, and ever since Jobs was there Apple has touted their environmental policies. Google, less so.Solar is the best alternative so far. Panels last longer than 10-15 years. They can last 40 years, and as usual, newer tech outlasts older tech.Coal plants? Seriously!
It would be very interesting if the world worked the way your post supposes. However, it doesn't. The US rarely bocks an European merger, whereas the Europeans have blocked a number of ours. The Europeans not only rarely block mergers of European companies, but countries often force mergers between companies to keep them from being bought by US companies. This is against EU law, but it happens anyway.In Ireland, Apple is subject to their tax code, anyone who says otherwise...
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