When a lawyer and a patent troll are hanging at every crossroad.
4332 posts • joined 10 Jun 2009
When a lawyer and a patent troll are hanging at every crossroad.
" ...his revelations about NSA spying tactics are assisting authoritarian government, ..."
The CIA don't like people muscling-in on their patch.
With the S-pen and a proper handwriting recognition app, this would be great for note taking. Are there any apps out there that can do that? I realise that for me especially, some 'proper' handwriting would be needed.
" ... anyone but the nominal operator of the drone being responsible for its movements."
Or the government, secretly taking it over to carry out some covert activity. Oh, you meant legally responsible?
Do you have a working model of such an apparatus? Oh, .... I'm being old fashioned again, sorry.
" ... both Samsung and Nokia have filed patents for using graphene in mobile devices, and that Apple, Saab, and Lockheed Martin have also filed for or received patents on graphene use."
I'll file patents for use of graphene in spaaaace! Then sue anyone who copies my brilliant IP.
And they were fixing its flaws every month until it officially 'died'. For how many years will Microsoft be sending out essential security patches to Win7 and then Win 8?
You are now Simon :) Well done and thank you for sharing your experiences with us. We look forward to similar articles in the future.
"I think you probably twisted it around a bit."
I think that twisting it around a bit could be dangerous too :)
Note: If it's reversible, then the ground will be on the centre connector(s) and the 20VDC will be on the outer connectors (or vice versa). For this type-C connector, that would give less than 2mm gap between ground and power, with some data connector strips between the power connectors.
... who would feel nervous about sending 100W through a connector that is so small and puny and a dust trap?
It sounds very informal. Can I call them and tell them to start accepting Bitcoins again?
As a matter of interest, how many 'user seats' were there and what were the licensing cost savings compared to continuing with (I assume) Windows? Did the users have any problems or difficulties adapting to the new system? etc....
The tail blocks the view of the rear light so it isn't 'street legal' at the moment. Also, it will need white lights shining from its eyes.
On a separate note, I have a background feeling that much of that video was 'rendered' from CAD models, except for the woman who could have been added in.
I followed that link and you definitely 'foretold' it. 'Foreshadowing' is much more subtle and spooky.
" ... or even Linux," he said, ...
Is it my imagination or does he sound surprised?
"... This could delay an alarm going off if there was a real fire ..."
It seems that it's not _cancelling_ an existing alarm that is the issue. It actually _disables_ the alarm; it would seem.
How do I go about getting a USAID box? I really want to try one.
It would be more useful and a better comparison to know how much bigger it was than our own _galaxy_. Can anybody offer a figure?
From what we've seen of government, that would need much more than a year of planning, feasibility studies, pilot projects, budget reallocations, staff changeovers, consultancy swaps, re-specification, ............
Definitely a 'carrier of Death'; and he does it so well.
It does say 'build and _secure_', so maybe it's a reinforced underground bunker with dual redundant power generation and underground storage tanks for a year of fuel?
I thought you meant Sarah. My heart beat a little faster for a few seconds. (But, you meant 'Beeb'.)
... you can't use entanglement to send information between two places instantaneously (in the sense of sending a bit stream representing the letter 'A', for example), but you can use it to send information between two places (at the speed of photons) in such a way that nobody can intercept or listen in to the data transfer without the end parties being aware that this is happening. Hence its potential for use in very secure data networks.
*From snippets of info I read or heard somewhere.
@ Charlie Clark
If it's only 6 years old, can't you give it more memory?
Just as a matter of interest, two months ago I bought a Kingspec 32GB 2.5" IDE/PATA _SSD_ for my old laptop. It cost me £40 on e-bay from a Chinese supplier. It works fine, but I'm not sure for how long, and it's given a speedy and silent new lease of life to my 8 year old laptop.
Good idea with the virtual machine solution. As long as it's just network connections that are needed it should be simple to do.
It would seem.
....., rounding up and rustling Teslas.
You could have said 'take wing".
I wonder if they will (or have) tried this with a beam of 'normal' hydrogen atoms for comparison.
I'm sure that hash collisions are not "necessary". They may be possible/probable.
"The mammoth funding ..."
It's an elephant.
You can't adjust the focus by changing the screen contents. You'd need the appropriate changes to the buillt-in lenses to take account of your own prescription.
P.S. I just had a look at one of their You Tube videos:
Much of it is out of focus. I'm not sure if that is significant.
Maybe they should outource the justice system to a country with a low wage but skilled workforce and put them on zero-hours contracts? That would get the costs down.
It's a marvellous achievement and I'm wondering if the acrylic had any special surface treatment to make it more 'acceptable' to the reattached scalp or if it's just ordinary acrylic material.
You could have a drone with three/four small balloons attached along its fuselage. Has anyone tried this technique?
" ...we started using cloud email in the 1990s ..."
I thought the 'cloud' was a shiny and new thing.
"with Microsoft Office Professional 2010 and Trend antivirus installed and licensed, at $50.00 per month."
That's like hiring a car and then being told that part of the hire cost is the rental fee for extra secure locks and a car alarm. What's wrong with MSE? (rhetorical question).
You'd be foolish not to accept and applaud these essential security updates.
You can always press F11 to go full screen in Firefox, then cursor to the top and right click the revealed bar to exit full screen.
I know what you mean though, which is why I love to use my 8 year old Acer laptop with 15" 4:3 matte screen (running Linux Mint).
... the reasons for rejected requests. If a request is agreed, then I assume the matter is a valid law enforcement or security agency query which ought not to be revealed. However, if a request was made then Google shot it down, they should be free to reveal what the request was. e.g. The police wanted to know if (name redacted) had been watching cat videos, etc. This would help use to know the subjects which concern our overlords and hence we can stop doing them.
MATE, XFCE and LXDE all have multiple desktops/workspaces. I thought this was a standard Linux thing? Or is it because they're all Gnome 2.x derivatives?
I think every country should ban Twitter (and/or Facebook) at least once a year. That way, the people will learn how fragile their 'essential service' is and will also learn how to use VPNs, TOR, etc. One way to 'sell' this to government would be to explain that it would increase 'national resilience' (a good thing) in case the country comes under cyber attack (a bad thing).
It's 'Sir Jonathon (call me Jony)'.
"This legislation is designed ..."
This is not legislation. It's recommendations for possible future action by a recognised set of professional bodies. You may have been influenced by the use of the words, "... sanctions that are proportionate to the nature of the offence ..."; which seems to be about an offence to professional standards, not an offence in law.
Sadly, the law lags behind the development of techniques in many areas of scientific development, especially information technology and data processing. Also, the companies that stand to make lots of money from this have access to politicians and senior civil servants; hence they can influence the law, or lack of it.
It would be even worse than my bi-weekly shopping experience.
I think the 'All You Can Eat' specifically does not allow tethering, but the 'One Plan' does allow tethering.
Maybe the astronauts will use strips of coloured insulation tape to customise them? That's what I'd do :)
Don't forget to buy some virtual slug pellets to deal with the razor-toothed slugs or a virtual shotgun for the flocks of pesky birds, or a virtual assault rifle to take care of the ravaging zombie hordes that will stumble towards you muttering, "Straaaaawberries".
A Psychopath doesn't WANT to kill everyone, it's just that if they do kill anyone then they have no bad feelings about it. Hence, they find it easy to kill if it makes 'logical' sense to them. On a more everyday level, they treat people very badly and have no qualms about it.
" ... the fashionable bokeh that keeps the subject of the picture in focus and blurs the background, or vice versa."
There's more to bokeh than that: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bokeh