Now lets see what version of Windows their core apps support.
Bet it's not Windows 10.
Still going to need to run with Admin privileges as well?
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Bet it's not Windows 10.
Still going to need to run with Admin privileges as well?
To watch birds of prey flying around it through the observation windows, completely oblivious to our presence.
Just a thought.
Actually mostly found being bled off oil wells in Texas. And IIRC the US is selling it's entire strategic reserve (about 1 billion cubic metres) on the open market because they did not need that much for err strategic uses.
It''s been along time since I thought the only way you could get He was distilling air.
Pretty clear why the FBI shut down its facial recog programme after decades if this is the top score, is it not?
What could possibly go wrong?
Given Intel is dropping Atom that will be the way it goes for V 2.0.
It's taken a long time but ARM have prevailed.
I wonder if MS realized Intel were going to do that or has the project been cooking so long.
But good to know the nukes aren't the only game in town.
The Americans tried this.
That's where most of the detainees from Guantanamo came from.
IIRC the reward for a "terrorist" was about 2 years average salary in the local currencies.
So if you knew a police officer and wanted 2 years pay what would you do? Keep your eyes open for suspicious behavior, or find someone you could frame for the money?
And no one will try to prove you innocent because by definition you wouldn't be there if you were, would you?
Don't forget that in addition to being radicalised without anyone knowing, and deciding to carry out a terrorist act they are in a position to carry out this attack while a)Not being in a job that requires extensive security clearance to attack their target or b) Passing security clearance.
But they can be found by a trawl of everyone's data because they do what exactly??? Some last message to an unrequited love where they just happen to explain their whole plan with enough key words to be flagged for immediate attention?
Sound like a very dumb plot of an episode of Spooks, does it not? You'd have to be dumb as a Home Secretary to believe this rubbish.
Yes, we have to destroy freedom and privacy in order to preserve freedom and privacy.
Alternatively you can go Mary Shaffers comment on 9/12/01
"Insisting on perfect safety is for people who don't have the balls to live in the real world."
It is inevitable as long as Western governments continue to play into the Islamists hands.
Northern Ireland lasted 38 years. It seemed it would go on forever.
Actually it's more like the naturally constant temperature once you're about about 3m underground.
This simplifies your thermal management planning
But you've missed a real USP for the French.
It's not American owned.
No PATRIOT Act applies. Although no doubt "Le Organs" will want a look
When the storage is this cheap it no longer matters. Nothing is too trivial to hoover up "just in case"
But you know this already, don't you?
Data fetishists need their running dogs.
A couple of loons who should have been picked up by social services, not the police.
"Who blew up three underground trains and a bus?"
4 nobodies who seemed to think they were going to bring about an Islamic state by their actions.
The only people their actions benefited were the data fetishists and their never ending clamour to be able to spy on more data of more people for more time (ideally forever).
Who were they? Who cares ?
That's exactly what a data fetishist is.
In their view more data is always better data.
But the unstated objective is this.
"Give me 6 lines from an honest man and I'll find something with which to hang him."
That's the only number that matters.
Oh wait, that National Security, which is of course completely out any one control
I think you'll find that's 1 x 10^18, which is a billion billion FLOPS
As for 2048 bits? this thing will variable length number formats like the ICL DAP?
Does sound impressive though.
You are also an embedded software developer.
Please try to act more like the suppliers of infusion pumps and not say in car entertainment companies.
Not quite sure why NASA keeps narrowing them as it makes moving around in a space suit a real PITA.
In the UK? IIRC about 1/3 of all US drivers demand to assert their constitutional rights by not wearing them.
Which is why US airbags are loaded with more gas generating powder.
The explosive force of which has killed at least 1 7 YO child who was in the front passenger seat of a car that tripped by mistake. It's not good if you're a small women either.
So I guess self drive cars are quite attractive in America.
Or will this drive Ford into another bankruptcy and necessitate yet another USG bail out?
"ou'll pay based upon what type of vehicle you want to use, when you tend to use it, the locations, and how long you want to wait for a car. Those that don't want to wait pay more; if you can wait half an hour, you'll pay less."
The only time I thought this had a real shot at working was the home/office/home commute. It's the most common journey and I could see you could justify a 1 person vehicle tightly tailored to your personal environment IE cup holder, decent radio, jacket hanger etc.
I figured they'd be delivered by 1 driver in a train that would drop off the end vehicle and self park ready for its driver of the day. After the driver parks it it's then collected, washed and cleaned (or used by shoppers to come from their shopping) before dropping it (or one just like it) back in time for the drive home (and recollection).
But the rest of the time I don't think people want something that anonymous. They want their vehicle, their way, in their colors, parked where they left it.
You missed the key part.
No trace of Outlook.
MS knows as long as they control the email and calendering in a firm they got any company by the hairiest parts.
Why be reasonable or rational when you're "TAKING BACK CONTROL" as the brexit camp blathered on at every opportunity, Mr AC.
And then when they'd dropped the UK in the s**t scuttled off like scared schoolboys to hide in the wardrobe.
After all as DB Gove put "we've had enough experts," haven't we?
But managing that would have actually involved confronting real issues of race and labor and might have involved (gasp) loss of Tory support.
CMD decided to take the popular option.
"It'll take years and you won't get what you want."
It is taking years and so far the voters have not got the immigrant hords (at least that's what Daily Heil and the Daily Depress liked to call them) stopped as promised.
I think I can paraphrase the report as "To regain what the UK loses in trade to the EU will a)Take a stupid increase in business with the rest of the world or b)Pay entry fees and accept EU regulations, almost certainly including the free movement of EU citizens, exactly what a lot of people who voted for exit did not want.
Business don't joint trading markets, countries do.
Did you not realize this when you presumably voted?
Not forgetting "proprietary BAE Systems design,"
So you'll be getting the BAE Systems price, not the price from the other dozen (or more ) mfgs round the world who can make SS109.
23 000 staff with a collect IQ of what?
Obviously the question (as with all analouges) is the analogy accurate enough that the explanation of the behavior matches that of the real thing.
If so a very neat hack.
Phonon entanglement. Whatever next?
That sounds quite paranoid.
But then Microsoft's licensing of it's OS dependent on the number of processors bought, not on how many ran it, seemed unbelievable at the time as well.
Although that turned out to be exactly what was happening.
The ARM of storage?
You missed another one
No flight simulators for airships, making all flight training on the job. :(
That would show how little there is to their applications.
"I hope the TLA bods that keep trying to get backdoors inserted into everything are reading this "
"(and learn from the lesson)."
Be clear. It's the management spookocrats who want back doors in everything so they don't have to have probable cause, or in fact any cause to strip mine your hard drive for "national security"
That's just a mad delusional conspiracy theory that no one should take seriously
Never ascribe to a plan what simple incompetence can adequately explain.
Hopefully this kit will be available for other engines as well.
He saved the Tory party from splitting down it's most famous fault line and stemming the defections to UKIP.
By splitting Europe down it's fault line.
No doubt many in the Party will applaud his act of "bravery."
" who knows if they had done that in the first instance we wouldn't be in this mess right now."
But then they might have lost.
Or in the UK case by a bunch of ex PSB's who seem to want to revive the British Empire.
IIRC roughly 2008-2015 the UK put £5.5Bn in the Science & Research pot for the EU.
They got out £8.8Bn out.
But hey maybe the UK Govt will increase that chunk of it's Science & Research budget 60% to compensate.
Shouldn't a "find hard coded logins" test be fairly straight forward to do ?
This should put people off buying them, which is the only effective way to discipline companies.
But it looks like this will be another great product for the Internet of S**t
The developers said it was buggy and clumsy but it showed (sort of) what could be done.
What I never understood was if that was the case why didn't they run a copy of it through itself and have the system make itself better ?
For gas (for example) British Gas has never come out cheaper AFAIK.
They may not agree on the "winner" but all agree on the loser.
The theory of the report demonstrates a fair grasp of ways to make the market "fairer."
Sadly it fails to realize the UK energy market is an oligopoly run by a group of companies whose default corporate behavior is psychopathic.
Only with real programs instead of programs whose only purpose is to fight each other.
It's a very large software system written by Germans. Failure to follow implementation instructions will have consequences.
What can go wrong?
I presume the Aus govt will take the view that its a A$Bn so only the very big boys can tender, despite it being more like A$150m a year.
They'd better make sure they've really well mapped that database Schema. WTF is a "204" database anyway? IIRC IBM are known for mainframe IDBMS and DB/2 for the big apps.
The fail is strong in this one....
Actually the real way to deal with such aircraft was demonstrated by the SAS in the Western Desert in WWII.
Blow them up on the ground.
Not very sporting.
But very effective.
It's a bomber jacket of course.
If you're going to go for it you want to go with #1.
Depends if you consider Putins Russia to be an enemy of the US, does it not?
Isn't that a town in Vermont somewhere?
Sabotage is rarely the answer.
Clumsy sabotage is just bungling on a large scale.