Patent hoarder buys technology portfolio from ailing phone maker, and turns the technologies into a super-weapon to fire at its competitors. Rinse, repeat: What a surprise.
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Guest post: Morgan Panting is at her first year in college (equivalent junior in high school). Besides being the bane of my life, she's also an opinionated little madam with her own rants and raves on technology and student life.
While Steve Jobs earned only $1 a year in salary, his fortune came from Apple stock. But Tim Cook has a million-times greater salary, but it's worth every cent.