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MacPro said:Correct me if I am wrong but if "Nanoco in 2018 announced a partnership with a "large, undisclosed U.S. listed corporation" and in fact there was no such partnership, rather just some interest, they mislead investors.
lkrupp said:Wait one damned minute! Weren’t we just treated to a gloom and doom report saying TSMC was lowering its revenue estimates by $1 BILLION because iPhone sales have collapsed into the toilet. Now this article says, “Chip producer TSMC may enjoy its highest profits this year for production of the A12 processor...” What am I supposed to believe? The gloom and doom article caused AAPL to tank overnight. Wall Street apparently believes it’s all over for Apple. I’m getting really tired of this Yin and Yang horse manure.
Both can be true.
mobird said:crowley said:Apple invented the Podcast so it's embarrassing to see them fall behind. I hope they give more attention to the platform as they deserve a monopoly on this.
Podcast = iPod Broadcast
It blows my mind he thinks Apple inventions can't be stolen. APPLE, a company with the worst track record of being stolen from.
The only early mentions of Apple are trademark disputes. Apple did not invent mp3, did not invent RSS, did not invent putting them together to create an audio feed, and did not invent the name "podcast".
They helped popularise podcasts for sure, when they added podcasts to iTunes, but they didn't invent them.
roake said:pjs_socal said:I am surprised that it took EU countries this long to enact these kinds of taxes. It’s common knowledge that Apple (with help from Ireland) took advantage of loopholes in international tax laws to reduce their tax burden. Of course, Apple has done nothing illegal, but it’s completely within each country’s rights to change tax laws to close those loopholes.
Apple avoid a whole lot more than 3% with their financial arrangements.
Kentfromohio said:Why would anyone want news selected by Apple? There is no demand for this. Particularly when Apple is not objective and completely open with respect to news. Apple has a political agenda and its pre-selected sources reflect that bias. Most people have the wherewithal to get the news from the sources they deem reliable without the screening of a Big Brother tech company.
digital_guy said:Correct if wrong, but isn't this a first party application?
Apple invented the Podcast
melgross said:We may not have the advantage with India much longer, as Trump started a trade war with them as well, and India has already begun to retaliate. If this keeps up, we’ll have another depression.
You'll be able to draw a new one soon with all the countries that Donnie has insulted and/or started a trade war with. Probably one with countries that he's heard of too, that'll be limited.