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Not at NASAS / DOD prices.
Yeah, it's not like any of them could contribute to ideas that are patentable.
It will be very interesting to see what Samsung's 14nm 64bit 7 Octa Exynos 7420 SOC is like next week when they release the S6.  The preliminary benchmarks seem to indicate quite impressive multi-core performance.   Apple might want to leave Samsung with enough engineers to allow them to make the A9.
You don't think it illogical that all European Apple users should have all their data travel back and forth across the Atlantic? If Microsoft lose that email access case, US owned data centers might become moot anyway as either the US would need to change it's laws or the EU might ban US companies from ever even collecting any personal data on EU citizens.
They made a decision some months ago and you are half right.  The current policy will remain for existing beneficiaries until 2020 but will be closed to newcomers. http://www.irishtimes.com/business/economy/budget-to-end-double-irish-tax-scheme-1.1962188
Yeah, but they would need triple the amount of power just to cool the thing and the economies of scale given the population size might not warrant it.  Here in Ireland, they just need to open a couple of windows given the annual average temperature is 9° C.  For Sydney it would be double that. This article is quite interesting as it explains why Ireland is attractive for air cooled data centres: http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2013/04/08/dublin-free-cooling/ I...
You are not getting access to the cars computer.  Brakes, pollution, liability just being the tip of that iceberg.
Yes it's legal, but when you entice multiple employees from the same company who all are working on one thing, and that being what the company is best known for, it might become rather hard to argue that you weren't in fact trying to acquire that particular companies IP via those individuals.  If you weren't after their IP, you could have gotten your chemists, metalurgists or whatever from numerous companies.  Getting them all from the one specific source implies there is...
In other news, 70% of in app purchases via staples own iOS app didn't use Apple Pay.  What percentage of total online purchases from Staples does this 30% represent?  I find it curious that Vemana is very quick to divulge detailed figures that are couched in terms that reflect positively on Pay, yet refuses to mention figures that are not flattering.
Of course they will, they're not Google!
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