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As American internet companies are slowly finding in Europe, American laws don't apply everywhere.
 This is, in effect, a double negative, so it's easy to see why it created confusion. As to the facts - operating speed, operating voltage, and gate switching times, are important, too. This suggests it is just one factor.
There being no spec sheet for Apple's chips, how can you say overclocked? Faster, yes.
Not surprising at all. If you've ever worked in China, you'll know that the tax laws are vague and subject to different interpretation by different officials even in the same tax office. It just isn't black and white.
https://www.seroundtable.com/pagerank-patent-12731.html I'm just sayin'...
That is an incredibly specious argument. Using children as a defence for malevolent acts by the state?
What on the schematic said Apple?
It would make more sense if this was about adding knowledge to Siri. Just saying.
Fees are not a problem, remember they don't have revolving credit which is where cards make their money in the west. Getting approved for a card is hard. Tough standards compared with the west.
This is highly relevant to Japan as it is a very cash oriented economy (surprisingly so for an advanced country). Makes sense also for Chona, Brazil and Turkey which are also cash economies (albeit with lower per capita incomes than Japan).
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