The typical renter in Boston, Manhattan and Brooklyn can afford a 300-square-foot apartment, based on paying 30 percent of median income on housing.Renters in Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia and Miami can afford a bit more breathing room, with median pay able to cover a 400-square-foot rental.Gilbert, Arizona and Plano, Texas are among only 5 urban areas where the typical renter can afford an apartment larger than 1,000 square feet.Paging Marie Kondo. You're going to need the organizational superstar's skills if you want to move to one of America's biggest cities and live within your means. Using the rule of thumb to pay no more than 30 percent of income on housing, the typical renter in Boston, Manhattan or Brooklyn can only afford 300 square feet, according to a recent analysis from apartment-search website RentCafe.At the other end of the scale, Gilbert, Arizona, Plano, Texas and Tulsa Oklahoma were among the areas where a typical income can cover an apartment with more … [Read more...] about For renters in big cities, the typical pay only covers a 300-square-foot apartment
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Earlier today, we told you about a decision made in a new case brought by Qualcomm to the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). Today's ruling by ITC Judge MaryJoan McNamara recommended that an exclusion order be placed on certain iPhone models imported to the states from China. The ruling was made after the judge found that Apple infringed on a Qualcomm patent, but did not infringe on two others. The entire U.S. ITC, as per commission rules, will review this case and make a final decision in July.Shortly after this news came out, the U.S. ITC released the blockbuster decision that we had been expecting all day relating to a decision made by Judge Thomas Pender back in September. In that case, Pender found that Apple infringed on a Qualcomm patent related to a power saving feature on the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X. However, Judge Pender said that it would not be in the public's interest to issue an exclusion ban against those models. That … [Read more...] about Blockbuster ruling strips Qualcomm of patent forcing ITC to side with Apple
Tyler Lauletta, provided by Published 8:46 am PST, Saturday, February 2, 2019 Skye Gould / Business Insider Super Bowl squares are a feature of any great Super Bowl party. While some squares are better than others, it's tough to tell once the numbers are drawn what your chances of winning are. We went through 20 years worth of playoff football to draw out 880 quarters of data to figure out which numbers are the most valuable when it comes to Super Bowl squares. Follow along with all of INSIDER's coverage of Super Bowl LIII here. This Sunday friends, families, and football fans will gather together across the country to watch Super Bowl LIII. Whether you're there for the football, the halftime show, the commercials, or just looking forward to enjoying the food and drinks, a staple of almost every Super Bowl party is a Super Bowl squares pool. Squares pools make it easy for even the most casual fans to get a little action on the big game. The rules are simple — … [Read more...] about SUPER BOWL SQUARES: What are the best numbers to have?
Watch out, Waymo — Mobileye has its sights set on you. The Tel Aviv developer of autonomous car systems, which Intel paid $15.3 billion to acquire in March 2017, had an eventful few days at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. During a presentation headlined by cofounder and CEO Amnon Shashua, Mobileye announced that two Chinese partners — Beijing Public Transport Corporation and Beijing Beytai — will tap its technology to develop a commercial public transportation service in China. And it revealed a partnership with Ordnance Survey, Great Britain’s national mapping agency, to commercialize high-precision location data. The significance of that second announcement can’t be overstated. Mobileye told VentureBeat that close to a million cars are funneling mapping data back to Mobileye’s cloud platform, in addition to 20,000 aftermarket units. The workforce investigating the datasets has grown substantially since Intel’s acquisition. Mobileye … [Read more...] about Mobileye plans to deploy fully autonomous cars in 4 years
What are the most promising housing markets of 2019? The realtor.com economic data team found out—and there are a few shockers! Allison Underhill, provided by Published 3:00 am PST, Wednesday, January 2, 2019 Photo: Realtor.com Photo: Realtor.com Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Realtor.com The 10 Surprising Housing Markets Poised to Rule in 2019 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Going into the new year, just about everyone has heard the big news: The real estate market is slowing down. Crazy annual price spikes are waning, more properties are hitting the market, and there are fewer buyers to compete with. Everyone is wondering what that means for 2019. Will all … [Read more...] about The 10 Surprising Housing Markets Poised to Rule in 2019