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Almost all features you use on Mac OS X either a) come from Apple or b) are a port of a Windows game.
The lack of anyone adding any original value to this ecosystem is why I ended up buying Windows 7 machines, and lately just not buying any desktop machines in favor of various Android devices.
I'm not seeing any need for new rights here, just enforcement of existing law.
But once you lose the x86 tag Intel would just be one of many vendors. The closest thing to competition they have had for x86 has been AMD.
If you collaborating with non-native English speakers, although, you should be careful to not assume that the ability to read or even write English guarantees that they will be comfortable discussing ideas orally in English.
What you should be focused on is how much you will learn. In a good intern position the company is investing in training a prospect. If you were paid your real net present value you would be lucky to get minimum wage.
IMHO, a company paying more than that is looking to hire a temporary grunt who has learned some syntax -- not someone they want to train.
Any missile that could reach orbit could reach Tel Aviv. Faith that Iranian's are pursuing research for purely scientific reasons is not in abundance anywhwere, but especially not in Israel.
One trend is the growing use of virtual disks in VMs to provide storage. This is just stupidity. Shared files server users far better than virtual disks do. Files are not created for OSs, they are a mechanism for sharing information between users.
The other trend is away from NAS and towards object storage. That is a good trend, but not one that will make NAS protocols obsolete anytime soon.
Why waste money trying to sell this product to somebody who isn't already addicted?
Seriously, there are far better models for less money in both the WIFI-only and Cellular varieties.