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AT&T Inc. recently agreed to pay US$65 million to 330 Missouri municipalities, including about $17 million to 10 cities in the Kansas City area, to settle a 2004 class-action lawsuit about taxes on landlines.
If you're a Mac user, you know: everything you buy from Apple or peripheral makers carries "Mac Tax". In EVGA's case, Mac Tax on is exactly $100, but only $50 more than a 4870 512MB.
European Commision announced its verdict on the case of anti-competitive practices Intel excercised in the past. It is not as high as 3.78B, but $1.45B is still a heavy chunk of cash.
It looks like the biggest challenge Intel will face in the next three years will be legal fines: Denmark issued a $0.63B fine for tax evasion, EU could set a $3.8B, and USA AT trial starts in 2010.
While the promise of ultra-cheap Macs that can match commodity PC clones on price seems God-given, in reality such move wouldn't necessarily translate into a justifiable market share gains.
Jim Goldman raised a lot of dirt with his misinformed statements, but everybody is right until proven wrong. We asked and got a statement from Adobe...
A biased journalist claimed that Mac will save you $600 over a PC for work in Adobe's Photoshop. We decided to check that claim as it just happened that we needed a machine for Photoshop and Premiere.
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