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The Finnish government and the whole of the Finnish population would step in - there'd be riots on the streets of Helsinki! Still, all good fun!
This is an interesting comparison: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=nokia%2Fapple Nokia apparently has valuable patents and a distributed manufacturing base that could possibly (I don't know at what cost) be repurposed, such as: http://www.nokia.co.in/about-nokia/c...uring-in-india and in lower-cost European countries: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nokia Nokia's market cap currently is a little less than Apple's net income! Interestingly, this is a...
I'm running tiny ARM based systems that are disk-less, fan-less and run Ubuntu. No good for gaming though great for data acquisition. I have spent some time with the latest MBAs. Can thoroughly recommend these where previously I would have passed for a MBP. Beautifully built. All the best.
If the scale shown on the plan view of the building is to be believed, the building is 500m in diameter and what appears to be the central corridor is 450m in diameter. Go here: http://www.wolframalpha.com/ and type circumference of a circle 450 m in diameter and the circumference comes out at 1,414 m or 0.878 miles. In area, the interior open space is equivalent to 2.1 times the area of the base of the Great Pyramid in Egypt or 16 FIFA sanctioned international...
Okay - got that thanks. Perhaps Google was that desperate.
Yes, I just cannot see the Moto deal being about patents only, not for $12.5B. \
If Google bought Moto Mobility just to secure their patent portfolio, where will they capitalise on the purchase? Is there $12.5B in suing Apple for infringement wherever they can and in giving Fandroid driven hardware makers free access to the covered technology? Perhaps Google has learned a lesson care of Apple. Apple of course, controls their hardware and OS. Perhaps Google has ambitions of becoming a hardware/OS company and of taking Apple on directly. A risky...
This still requires regulatory approval, wonder whether licensees will be heard and what they might say?
The train 'steams' on. LED technology, as successful as it has been, is really only at the beginning of its revolution. Efficiencies will improve, colour temperature will become more natural (there is some beautiful, natural room lighting available now) and projection imaging technologies will improve out of sight. Modulation transfer functions will improve. Exciting times for imaging technologies.
Yay Apple
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