New York Times

How much money does Tim Cook make?

April 9, 2012
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The answer is: 378 million dollars! How’s that? Well, first he gets his salary which is 900,000 dollars, then a bonus for 900,000 dollars – that was his 2011 salary. On top of that, he has shares worth 376.2 million dollars. This package is for the next 10 years, so he’s guaranteed a good amount […]

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Is the NYT iPad App Really Worth the Monthly Fee?

April 24, 2011
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It’s no doubt that the iPad is extremely popular. Like a notebook computer, it can access the Internet and run a wide variety of programs and applications. Its touch screen features are perfect for reading PDFs and other documents since the user can easily scroll up and down and zoom in to text in detail […]

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iPhone 4: Summary of First Official Reviews

June 23, 2010
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The iPhone 4 is out and about in the United States, partly thanks to early delivery of some of the pre-orders. Despite that, some major newspapers have been testing the iPhone 4 for a week already so they could have a review ready for posting today. Here are some of the major reviews found so […]

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Chinese Military School Behind Google Hacking

February 22, 2010
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About a month ago, Google was about to pull out of China because they no longer wanted to continue censoring results on Google.cn as instructed by the Chinese Government. Long story short, Google got mad because somebody within China hacked some Gmail accounts and other major IT companies within the US. Now, New York Times […]

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“//” In http:// Was A Mistake, Says Tim Berners-Lee

October 17, 2009
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For decades, Internet users have been typing in http:// in front of the websites they wanted to visit, but according to one of the inventors behind World Wide Web, the two forward slashes was partially a mistake. Actually you don’t even have to enter http:// in front of the domain name, most browsers today, if […]

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