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“Ireland Doesn’t Want Apple’s Back Taxes, but the Irish Aren’t So Sure” plus 7 more NYT > Technology

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“Ireland Doesn’t Want Apple’s Back Taxes, but the Irish Aren’t So Sure” plus 7 more NYT > Technology


Ireland Doesn’t Want Apple’s Back Taxes, but the Irish Aren’t So Sure

Posted: 11 Sep 2016 12:23 PM PDT

After six years of belt-tightening and tax increases, many Irish workers say their government's reluctance to collect $14.5 billion from Apple is unfair.

As More Devices Board Planes, Travelers Are Playing With Fire

Posted: 11 Sep 2016 12:45 PM PDT

The batteries in phones and laptops pose fire hazards, and experts caution that the odds could catch up with the air-traveling public.

Elon Musk Says Pending Tesla Updates Could Have Prevented Fatal Crash

Posted: 11 Sep 2016 01:44 PM PDT

The upgrades to Tesla's Autopilot system will require drivers to refrain from taking their hands off the wheel for long periods and will use radar to better identify potential obstacles in the road.

Apple Offers Free App to Teach Children Coding (iPads Sold Separately)

Posted: 12 Sep 2016 08:00 AM PDT

The educational program is aimed at middle school students, but critics say the fact it requires a tablet makes it unavailable to lower-income families.

HP Inc. to Buy Samsung Electronics’ Printer Business

Posted: 12 Sep 2016 03:26 AM PDT

The U.S. company said the deal would position it to disrupt and reinvent the $55 billion copier industry with multifunction printers.

The Week Ahead: Census Bureau to Report Income Data as Tech Rules Take Effect in Europe

Posted: 11 Sep 2016 05:04 PM PDT

While analysts anticipate a rise in the national median income, new European laws will allow publishers to collect fees from large technology companies.

A New Phase for World of Warcraft’s Lead Designer: His Own Start-Up

Posted: 11 Sep 2016 03:00 PM PDT

Rob Pardo, a gaming idol, is taking his reputation, experience and some of his former colleagues to his newest venture, Bonfire Studios.

Amazon and Pandora to Gauge Music’s Value in the Internet Age

Posted: 11 Sep 2016 02:18 PM PDT

The companies are planning to charge as little as $5 a month for new streaming music services, half the cost of the current pricing model.

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