One player Baker won't identify "offered a blank check to replace Google," she says. She notes it wasn't Microsoft.
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However, it isn't a complainant in the case. That role goes to Norwegian Web browser Opera, which complained to the EC just over a year ago about Microsoft's practices in the browser market.
I am surprised that mercedes, who goes to so much trouble to isolate the battery from the rest of the engine, does not move the battery to the back. Perhaps there is some power limit for a sealed battery.
Actually, Mercedes does make cars with batteries in the trunk - my friend's 2006 E350 is one example. We had to take a look at the owner's manual to figure out how to jump start the thing.
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Nokia and Universal did not disclose financial terms but Universal's digital operations chief, Rob Wells, told Reuters in an interview: "Unless there was enough money for the world's biggest record company we would not have agreed to the deal."
Is this a the start of a new era where music download costs are gulped by the mobile/music_player companies and hidden in the device costs?