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It takes a level of commitment to breakthrough authentically.
At the same time, though, under Cook’s stewardship, Apple has largely failed to come up with breakthrough successors to the iPhone.
Lowe’s made big breakthroughs in the second quarter in markets where it has long lagged Home Depot, most notably the professional contract market and city stores.
The finding marks a major breakthrough in a search of almost 20 years, carried out in particle physics labs all over the world.
The key to the breakthrough was a two-fold increase in the ground stations’ ability to collect entangled photons.
At the level of algorithms, the path to improvements is less clear, because breakthroughs tend to rely on human ingenuity and tend to be specific to a particular problem.
While it is still a long road to converting this breakthrough into a working chip, it’s a significant step towards the future of high-performance CNT computing.
Each new breakthrough requires a big jump in computing power, but later models are tweaked and tuned, such that successor algorithms can do as well or better with less computing power.
Key to the breakthrough was an ingenious way of implanting photosensors into a dome-shaped artificial retina.
I think what the breakthrough was, was sort of this audience we felt was underserved, tied to this idea that we aren’t making movies for just families and just for kids.

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