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Atomic77 said:Perhaps Apple sees the crack as no big deal or can not afford to fix the window in that store.
Is that $262,000 collectively, or each? The article doesn't make it clear. Yes, I can do math, but it's possible these 1,521 shares of "restricted stock units" given to each are priced differently than common shares, so the non-expert reader really doesn't know. Please, AI, clarify this vague and presently-meaningless story. Thank you.
pslice said:I’m so tired of crooks trying to make off with my personal information. If we could see the death penalty for a hacker maybe some of this crap would stop.
Well it appears you might have missed the phrasing "...there are not currently any known exploits taking advantage of...". So really, no crooks are trying in this instance. It's true that someone left the jewelry store unlocked, but so far nobody is sneaking in after hours to steal the goodies. Rather than getting angry and establishing a death penalty, you could take heart and celebrate that for all these past twenty years, nobody has done evil with this.
I don’t need to go 250 mph, but the 650 mile range is a dealmaker. I often drive 550 miles one-way to visit relatives, and my vehicle must be able to do that without substantial recharge delays. Either great range or turbo-recharging or both is essential for me. Surely Im not alone. Good work Tesla!
ibgarrett said:Apparently all water is shark infested... great it worked, but even the original article there weren't any ACTUAL sharks seen in the water. Could there have been sure... but there weren't, so "infested" is a tad overkill.