In collaboration with Virginia-based nonprofit The Conservation Fund, the tech giant pledged an unspecified amount of money to buy 32,400 acres of forest in Maine and 3,600 in North Carolina. The agreement places a conservation easement on the land so that future owners are legally bound to preserve the woodland and employ eco-friendly practices for tree logging and replanting.
We've reached the iPhone solstice. The calendar is now closer to a new iPhone release than the last release.— Kent Goldman (@kentgoldman) April 18, 2015
Ta-da! Wait a minute, Xcode now refuse to compile you code!
The company made no comment last week on how how it will respond to the charges, but people familiar with its thinking said this weekend it sees Microsoft’s story as a warning about the dangers of getting bogged down defending a monopoly in rapidly changing industry.
The Unbundling Of Everything, by Joe McCann, TechCrunch
Son, I want you to have this watch. The firmware is outdated, the OS is slow and it only runs Yelp, but it's been in our family for 3 years.— Ludwig Kietzmann (@LudwigK) April 18, 2015
Thanks for reading.