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Justice is not the goal. EU is printing €65 billion per month. They need all the money they can get their hands on.
The same folks who are losing billions per year because their industry had evolved and they have not. And they actually think it's someone else's fault. The Schadenfreud is strong in this one.
Well, how fitting that she's in a new career where failures are rewarded handsomely and accountability has no meaning.
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 Isn't "fair share" defined by the tax laws which Apple abided? If you don't like that definition, you need to do something to change the tax laws.
Well, assuming it's reliable and actually can identify parts (using RFID or some other ways of accurately identify objects), it could be a god send for putting together/assembling something. Like an instructional guide while you're working on something. Labeling parts. Highlight them. Showing correct fittings. Showing direction of fits. etc. Just having reference that go with you while you're doing something could have a lot of value. Of course, it has to be reliable and...
Granted, US stole from people in Europe. So now it's ok for EU to steal from people in the US? BTW - It's the institutions on either side doing this. You and I would have more respect for each other. I'd not be cheering on for any large institutions (typically government+finance) from any side taking wealth created by regular people as implied by gimarbazat. That was my intent. I'm sorry you read that as whining. I will continue to blame EU, the US or...
If you have 401K or IRA or any retirement portfolio, guess who's money the EU is dipping its grubby hands into?   -- Edit to add "EU"
I think it was $13-14 billion. It's more than the net profit of Google in 2013. Also, Samsung has to pay Microsoft somewhere in the area of $1 billion per year for licensing. In contrast, I think Apple spends about $1 billion on marketing per year. Contrast that to many Apple haters' opinion that Apple is 'just marketing' is pretty amusing.
Interesting. That was analogous to Apple inviting Microsoft over to learn about their GUI at code level with support engineers and machines for testing back in the 80s.
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