Yeah, all our defence: "During the Cold War the Bundeswehr was the backbone of NATO's conventional defence in Central Europe. It had a strength of 495,000 military and 170,000 civilian personnel." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bundeswehr)
Hollywood? Note that it's about movies, music and software. Not just movies.
The court instructions are available online, and say nothing about more than 10 years. He's been lying to the press, too.
The iPhone is not incompatible with GSM.
Deutschländer is a brand of sausages. A German calls himself "Deutscher", as in "Ich bin ein Deutscher." = "I am a German."
Almost all countries of western Europe, all of Latin America and some countries in Africa, Asia and Northern America is not "very few".
The prize doesn't specify 3 meters off the ground for 60 seconds, but 60 seconds in which you once have to reach the 3 meters.
The US couldn't steamroll any of the nuclear powers.
When Steam goes offline, you start Steam in offline mode, and still play your games.
Their german/french subsidiaries where sued.
http://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/0,1518,636397,00.html http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/Familienministerin-bedauert-Kinderporno-Fauxpas-mit-Indien-5885.html http://www.rga-online.de/lokales/bergische3Wirtschaft.php?userid=&publikation=2&template=phparttext&ausgabe=39610&redaktion=1&artikel=109544842
Pre-delivered apps can be pirated just the same.
Lanxon writes "An architecture and design firm called Choi+Shine has submitted a design for the Icelandic High-Voltage Electrical Pylon International Design Competition which proposes giant human-shaped pylons carrying electricity cables across the country's landscape, reports Wired. The enormous figures would only require slight alterations to existing pylon designs, says the firm, which was awarded an Honorable mention for its design by the competition's judging board. It also won an award from the Boston Society of Architects Unbuilt Architecture competition."
An anonymous reader writes "Massively.com has reported that an EVE Online player recently lost over $1,200 worth of in-game items during a pirate attack. The player in question was carrying 74 PLEX in their ship's cargo hold — in-game 'Pilot's License Extensions' that award 30 days of EVE Online time when used on your account. When the ship was blown up by another player, all 74 PLEX were destroyed in the resulting blast, costing $1,200 worth of damage, or over 6 years of EVE subscription time, however you prefer to count it. Ow."