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Jia Yueting, the billionaire founder and CEO of Chinese internet video site Leshi TV (LeTV), has compared Apple to the Nazis in a poster teasing the launch of LeTV’s new smartphone. The image was posted to Jia’s verified Weibo page (with more than 5 million followers) and shows a cartoon Adolf Hitler wearing a red armband with the Apple logo in place of the Nazi swastika.
Zelda was an outlet for a girl who had been homeschooled since fourth grade and “pretty introverted and not very up for talking to anyone.” It didn’t get better as she got older, either. “I started developing anxiety when talking to people,” she says, “and I had somewhat of a speech impediment.”
Tim Cook has big plans for his vast wealth: It’s all going to philanthropy, he revealed in a Fortune interview. The Apple CEO — who’s currently worth around $112 million, and holds restricted stock that could be worth up to $665 million — said he’s already been making donations quietly, but he’s also looking forward to taking a deeper approach to the whole endeavor.
You hear a lot about people “addicted” to the Internet, whether it’s the Internet as a whole, or articles telling you how to stop being “addicted to Facebook” or “addicted to your phone.” Sometimes they actually do mean real addiction, but more often, those articles use “addiction” in the colloquial, where it’s just inconvenient to be without access to the Internet—not a real illness.