Re: Can anyone having the right knowledge tell us
No difference between that and any other form of advertisement?
150 posts • joined 29 May 2009
No difference between that and any other form of advertisement?
[quote]Cash Google is still sitting on a pile of cash and securities – $73bn for the end of the financial year. $43bn of that is held overseas to avoid paying repatriation taxes.[/quote]
Would there be repatriation taxes to pay if they had paid taxes on them abroad?
Most of the world still to poor for the banks to consider robbing!
I wonder how many of these "unbanked" also do not have access to reliable clean water, housing and food. Considering that a bank account is the least of their problems.
Followed by we re-used the backup tape too.
your going to say "Bowie's avant garde phase helped create Krautrock. Here he is teaching Kraftwerk how to use a synthesizer" it should be a picture of him and not one of Rolf Harris.
I would use the corrections button but it only works if you have an email program installed.
Would that be all 8 bars they have?
Sadly mostly likely true, have an up-vote.
Feels like you paying twice :(
Do they have a email address yet?, was looking to contact them the other week and they only list a phone number (which we are told not to ring due to the time it takes them to answer) or a street address.
The engineers are called Colt Seavers and Howie Munson.
it is the first major update so soon after launch I think I wait until it is a bit more stable before I "upgrade" from 7.
As a consumer what does a "smart" meter do that a dumb one not do. Yes I can see what energy I'm using but why would I have things turned on that I'm not using (so could save by turning off)?
Rose did that to Jake after she looked into the heart of the TARDIS in Season 1 Episode 13. The Parting of Ways
but will it cheaper
Also bring a ladder!
If this started out as a system to improve the fuel economy when the engine was running but the car was not moving. For example at traffic lights or stuck in a traffic jam. In these examples losing power would not be a problem. Then someone extended its use for something else not considering the full ramifications of doing so.
However it started it does look like someone decided to break the law on engine emissions and do so but quite a large margin.
Connect everyone to the net so theyare easier "upgrade".
I'm sure it was done before and was it killed due to not being pure, or is that going to be conveniently forgotten?. Also the Tenth Doctor spliced his own DNA into Daleks (before they revolted and where killed)
So it is easier for them to get access without having to worry about doing to the paper work and leaving a paper trail.
Just as Apple was gearing up to roll out a new iPhone, Amazon quietly announced it would no longer produce its Fire Phone, the handset it first introduced in 2014 and later cut to a price of just 99 cents with a two-year contract.
There fixed it for you
The XKCD comic to go with it http://xkcd.com/1573/
>The new iThings also offer identical 16, 64, and 128GB capacities, and prices ranging from $199–$399 for the 6S and $299–$499 for the 5.5-inch 6S Plus.
If your going to quote the price of the phone you should quote the price off contract or make it clear the price you quote is with a two year contract and give a price for the contract).
From the lawsuit:
44. The mere possession of a software program like Popcorn Time is the type of conduct that
the State of Oregon has criminalized in ORS 164.235, which reads in part:
164.235 Possession of a burglary tool or theft device. (1) A person commits the crime of
possession of a burglary tool or theft device if the person possesses a burglary tool or
theft device and the person:
Case 3:15-cv-01587-AA Document 1 Filed 08/20/15 Page 7 of 11
COMPLAINT Page 8 of 11
(a) Intends to use the tool or device to commit or facilitate … a theft by a physical
(b) Knows that another person intends to use the tool or device to commit or facilitate
a … theft by a physical taking.
(2) For purposes of this section, “burglary tool or theft device” means … [any]
instrument or other article adapted or designed for committing or facilitating a … theft by
a physical taking.
(3) Possession of a burglary tool or theft device is a Class A misdemeanor.
45. It is acknowledged that the transfer of data, storing of the physical data locally on a hard
drive and facilitation and redistribution of the stolen data to others may or may not be a “physical
taking” under Oregon law.
Are they trying to make the possession of software like popcorn time part of criminal law rather than the use of it being part of civil law?
Or even extent that to P2P bit torrent?
Sadly it is not true and it is 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal flash.
"just recalculating." is that google speak for not cancelled yet?
This would increase the demand for batteries which Musk hopes to make cheaper by making lots and lots of them. So for Musk this can be a win if they buy his batteries.
You either eat that much or not there is no place in the sentence for equivalent, unless they are taking there yearly sugar intake and converting it into how much chocolate they would have to eat in order to get that much sugar.
Lets see chocolate is about 50% sugar so "eat the equivalent of 32kg of chocolate" is 16Kg. Apples are 10%, so you just say they eat the eat the equivalent of 160kg of apples (from a purely sugar point of view). Sounds a lot more healthy now!
Without knowing what this "These include chocolate, of which Australians "eat the equivalent of 32kg" per year." means the rest is mostly junk.
They are just storing up there rather than distilling it.
Was hoping they where going to something clever with the vacuum of space to do the distillation.
[quote]The European Parliament then mandated extensive action against mass surveillance. Their recommendations were passed in full on 5 September, 2001.
Six days later, the Twin Towers in New York came down. Any plans for limiting mass surveillance were buried with the victims of 9/11, and never formally published. But proof of ECHELON become available.[/quote]
The timing of that looks rather hmmm interesting
Considering they are always buying some more new gear not sure they will run out of old gear.
[quote]Fiat Chrysler Automotive – manufacturers of the Jeep Cherokee – were aware of the hack before it was demonstrated and had already released firmware patches for vulnerable vehicles.[/quote]
Yes but if you keep quite about the problem how many cars are running the old firmware. A quick search shows that while the fix is relativity easy I can not see a recall to fix this problem.
[quote] “To FCA’s knowledge, there has not been a single real world incident of an unlawful or unauthorised remote hack into any FCA vehicle,” Fiat Chrysler said.[/quote]
They may as well have said "To FCA’s knowledge, no one is dead yet."
Urban I understand but is extra urban?
So they will be a patch next week, I wonder what other stuff they are going to also install with the patch.
Google is in court but what of the other search engines out there?
You do not like how the company is run do not buy shares it in.
While the "plan" he as may increase the short term share price it may not do much for the companies long term survival.
Similar to the Spotify app, Apple Music will release its pre-installed music service for $10 a month when iPhone customers upgrade their mobes to the latest version of iOS.
Using their large user base to move into a new market!, surely that is anti competitive and there should be a option to install a different music service instead, a bit like Microsoft where made to do with Explorer.
Was thinking along the same line, but a 2 billion dollars lose it better than the 6 billion dollars it looked like they could have lost if they had sold it the first time.
I also wonder what else the company got when they purchased Navteq for $8.1bn but is not part of the potential sale (some interesting patents?)
Except a vehicle which does not accommodate for human control is not something the auto-maker is considering at the moment, which to me means they are not developing a driverless car!
Peope who are the victims of the data lose should get most of the money from the fine rather than the ICO (Information Commissioner's Office). The costs of the ICO is already covered from our taxes so it is not like it needs the money to do its job.
The losses look a little low I'm sure Tesco would love to have just lost £6.4m rather than the £6.4bn it did loss.
I would have used Send corrections but that link needs you to have a email program set up and I do all mind via a web interface.
and it is working for me
Have an up vote, shame I can only vote once.
The whole of "creation" is a simulation and the problems with quantum physics is just where the simulation break down due to the computational limits of the system running the simulation.
Maybe it is to represent what they are going to do with the software rather than the product they are launching...
It is not hard just cap the ad rating based on the rating of the video, assume not rated videos are suitable for all ages. So adult ads would only been seen for video that as been rated for adults.
Edit if the ad is unrated assume it is adult.
Then Apple and it's Phone and media (Music, Film and books) business.
They still have the problem of write wear?, if so spinning rush will be around for a bit longer.
BT mail is not free
If I was paying for the site I would want ads gone completely not replace by any "This was an add thank you". The removal of Ads gives more screen for the content which you would be paying for the the pat on the back which you paid for.
Also ads can run far to many scripts (doing far to many things) which do too many things which is why people run ad blockers in the first place.