appears so far to mainly be listening to content creators
They have the best parties.
2733 posts • joined 10 Jun 2009
They have the best parties.
They ones they got from Twitter after they fired all the real reporters?
More like - pre-emptive opportunity for brands to stop trolls -and legitimate protesters- claiming their trademarked names.
Buy up all the xyzSucks domains before your customers do!
Have you tried having a cat ride on top? There must be reason for all those videos on youtube.
I don't think the first killer AIs will use guns. I think they will be used by bankers to funnel vast amounts of money into their own pockets.
Is that you Captain Cyborg?
The thing is you don't even need real AI for killer robots. It would not take much of an upgrade to make the current UAVs fly around an area and shoot anything moving from a car to truck size.
So is the privacy agreement going to be any better then Googles?
Do you get the same big bundles of crap, just like cable? If I could just get the 2 or three things I want for a fair price I might be interested. I don't want the golf channel, or *ANY* reality TV junk.
Unless you live someplace where no one can be bothered to release what you want to buy.
£8 for the little one to Canada.
"The mess-up has obviously occurred in the SSA's failure to collect and administer death records for millions of people."
Are they sure? Maybe the DB is full of people who never existed, or duplicate records. It's only the obviously wrong ones they are seeing now.
Just wait until to toilet reboots right when you in the middle of a dump.
How could they run full motion video beer ads on your fridge?
But they changed the name.
It's like the marketing department at my old job. It's not spam, it's an email blast.
There is some outfit here in Canada that calls from a spoofed phone number (that often belongs to someone) telling me I won something press 1 to get scammed.
1. hello, I'd like a large with double peperoni. This isn't Pizza Pizza? I want to order a Pizza...
or my friends favorite
1. Congratulations, you have won a crappy job working for a crook. You now have permission to kick your boss in the balls as hard as you want for free.
Yes you can.
If it worked like you think it does, you could also spend it and restore the backup. You also can't make a million copies of a bitcoin.
Or everyone finished buying everything on CD that they already have on LP/Tape and didn't get suckered into buying it again on AudioDVD.
And now they just buy the one track they like on iTunes and not the 12 tracks of filler that's on the album.
Sales of flat panel TVs are dropping off, people must be downloading them Pirate Bay.
So we need to get them a cone of silence.
Some times level 2 "shut the fuck up" is required I find.
It became Maximize Shareholder Value. Just like all the other public companies.
"given the importance of maintaining the capabilities of the telephony metadata programme"
So we will stop as soon as we come up with another way to getting the same data?
Most of the broadcasters are owned by, or own cable companies. Aereo was a danger to cable cash flow.
No it uses profiles included in Android 5. You will have a work profile where you can only run approved work apps, and a personal profile where you can install angry birds. Work will be sandboxed from the personal stuff.
It would be nice if they got rid of the per-territory exclusive license crap but I don't see that happening because media companies love it, no mater how much the public hates it.
If I want to watch BBC stuff in Canada I have to subscribe to BBC Canada, since that's a cable service I also need at least basic cable, a cable box with PVR so I can time shift. Not going to happen so I'll stick with my antenna, and netflix.
Stupidly fast phone is of no use if the telco uses a 3M ADSL link for backhall.
It's better then the apple watch, can't even shower with that.
But I think I'll wait and see if there are any bugs, I'll pay the extra $20 to avoid the chance of v1.0 hardware problems.
Even if it was inserting ads for dish soap it's still malware.
You can't count on common sense, the law has to be well enough defined to only hit the target.
The police and powerful people will use a law like this.
- people they don't like.
- we know you are bad but we have no proof so we will use this.
- our arrest stats are a bit low this month.
It's to save the cost of having the installer run cable. Want to add a TV in your bedroom? Sure we will mail you a box just plug it in.
For the consumer no more "the cable guy will be their sometime between 8am and 7pm maybe" to install your new outlet.
The enemy of my enemy is my friend.
The local cable monopoly here (Rogers aka Robers) like to call their service "Digital Quality" then imply that Digital is perfect. Given the choice of keeping the current quality or adding another channel they always go for more channels. A Big sporting event might look like 720p but the less popular stuff looks more like VCD.
They just need a new spy law like Canada just received. Thanks to our tinpot dictator we now have a secret police who can break the law, ignore the charter of rights, and use "dirty tricks" with terrorists. Terrorist is of course not defined.
So the little bit of info you forgot to tell us is that it only works on those cheap google free china phones where people install there apps from random sites, or people who have rooted their phone and install apps from random sites.
In the same way patent trolls all go to Texas will we end up with a favorite "always say yes" court that everyone uses?
If one court says NO, can they take a drive and ask again the next state over? until they get a yes?
Says the stock market wanted the money used to "maximizing shareholder value" and not wasted on security.
But it's the big boss that's the first one up and walking so everyone else has to do it too. You want to be a team player right?
No, none of the car makers would give them 30%.
I have 7, including a Laser Disc player. So what.
When the shit storm broke in the marketing department at Samsung, it would be fun to hear.
" assume there stupid"
Or it might be like Office 365. Log on and surprise, the UI has been updated and everything has moved. Can't find where that Exchange setting moved? Google it and everything refers to the old UI?
Wont that be fun.
I go one up and use 14AWG lamp cord. And to cover another pointless item the insulation resistance for a full 100' roll is off the scale on the 10M ohm range of my DMM.
File the transmission line impedance with skin effect as real but not measurable at 20 khz.
I'm sure it produces warmer sound, with better clarity, smoother something or other.
Most people have an ISP supplied router and don't even know there is an admin password let alone now what it is and how to configure the router (if the ISP will even let them).
Can we do a radio ad, that will turn on peoples TVs, and switch the channel just in time to show our TV ad?
The "smart" part will be obsolete, unsupported, and insecure in 2 or 3 years tops anyway (go buy a new TV, that ones old they will tell you) so you are better off sticking an external box on your TV that can be upgraded or replaced cheaply while you keep your tv for 10+ years.
So if Europe can tell Google to remove stuff from google.com
Then the US can tell them to remove (or keep) stuff on google.co.uk
Pakistan can tell Google to remove stuff they don't like in Europe too.
Is this what you want?
Do your spy friends have a way to stop me slipping in the bath tub, getting hit by some ahole in an SUV, choking on my food, getting a hart attack or cancer, and a long list of other stuff that are all far more likely than getting blown up by a loony? Like a thousand times more likely!
Can you stop wasting money trying to make people paranoid so you can pass your latest spy laws?
Stop pretending it's all "to make us safe"?