China's strained relationship with the concept of intellectual property is one of the reasons that you can buy a local copy of aRange Rover Evoquefor a third of the price. That's one of the reasons why western businesses are wary about selling their products in the nation, since it can often be time consuming and expensive.
Thanksgiving is a time to remember things to be grateful for, stuff yourself with turkey and watchMST3kre-runs. But what happens the following day, when you wake up with a meat hangover that could kill a horse? That's the moment you'll stumble online, looking for new ways to lose weight and findOMsignal's biometric smart shirt.
NTT DoCoMo's LTEis so fast that ordinary life can seem slow by comparison. That's why the company's latestbizarre advertis showing you how to make a dinner of battered shrimp in under three seconds. All you'll need is an air cannon, some flour, batter and an open flame, as well as the mechanism to spray all three into the air.
Jeff Bezos may havebought theWashington Postwith his own money, but that doesn't mean that the paper won't be extra friendly to the boss' other company. The outfit has launched a new tablet-friendly app that's designed for a "national and international" audience but,as rumored, it's exclusive to Amazon'sFire Tabletsfor the next six months.
When a company files forChapter 11bankruptcy, it means that it's mere moments away from being torn to pieces by its creditors. That particular regulation also provides room for a turnaround, but given that theSupreme Courthas essentially made itsbusiness model illegal, it's not looking good forAereo.
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It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that we're all being spied upon, either by theNSA,GCHQor some scammer trying to get ourcredit carddetails. For journalists and political activists in countries without some respect for due process or democracy, being spied upon can have some terrifying consequences.