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It's the Airport Extreme. Just a size reference for the display. You'd think they'd put a Mac Pro next to it but I guess they wanted something that was shipping that people might own to be able to tell how big it was. The current mini isn't a very good comparison as it's so small. This way you can see it's just over twice the height of the Airport. It helps when you try to fit it into a tight desk space.
I don't think it has anything to do with backbone. I think it has more to do with cash. Back in 2009, they had $34b in cash, which would have seemed like a reasonable reserve to maintain for growth opportunities and exclusive purchases/buyouts. In 2010, it grew to $51b, then when Steve died in 2011, it was $82b. At this point, it became clear that they were amassing cash at a far higher rate than they could spend so it was only after Steve that there was any incentive for...
Ask your 4G provider if you can tether.
The breakdown of the $61.2b lists cost of sales at $46b, which is just shipping, packaging and acquiring products for sale (equivalent to Apple's build costs). Fulfillment is $6.4b, which is payment processing fees and some of this is expansion of fulfillment capacity. $2.4b is marketing. $4.5b is their AWS web services, cloud computing costs. The following site says they're investing $13.9b over a number of years in...
You can use tethering if the provider allows it, just make sure your 4G plan doesn't have a small data cap.
Net sales last year for Amazon $61.9b, operating expenses $61.2b. Operating income was $690m, net loss of $39m. They try to make people think of expansion by saying things like:"The increase in cost of sales in absolute dollars in 2012, 2011, and 2010 compared to the comparable prior year periods, is primarily due to increased product, digital content, and shipping costs resulting from increased sales, as well as from expansion of digital offerings."They want investors to...
An expensive option would be the Quadro K5000:http://www.nvidia.com/object/quadro-k5000-mac.html#pdpContent=0Displayport 1.2, 4K, 60Hz. But you'd be as well buying the new Mac Pro at that price.There's a Radeon 7950:http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/product_index.aspx?cid=1&gid=3&sgid=1157&pid=1777&psn=&leg=0&lid=1#but it says 4K support is only on Windows. I'm sure someone will buy one of these displays eventually and test which cards work. It's important...
Apparently 'she' also sent two iPhones to Totem and again got paid 5 weeks later:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/20/how-to-sell-iphone_n_3957791.htmlThat girl just can't get the service from anything except peak flip. You'd think they'd pick a better name than peak flip if they're going to spam it around everywhere.
There are suggested prices for both the 24" and 28" here:http://www.engadget.com/2013/12/02/dell-ultrasharp-4k-monitors/"The UltraSharp 32 is now up for grabs worldwide for $3,499, while the $1,399 UltraSharp 24 is only available in South and North America to begin with and elsewhere on December 16th. No word yet on how much exactly the UltraSharp 28 will cost, but Dell did say we can expect it to be under $1,000 when it hits shelves in "early 2014"".It's odd that a 28" 4K...
Twitter - $22.6bYahoo - $37.5bFacebook - $114bAmazon - $180bMicrosoft - $318bGoogle - $354bApple - $500b
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