As head of the ARMED services committee I'm shocked to find aggression going on here.
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As head of the ARMED services committee I'm shocked to find aggression going on here.
Your tanks monsieur
Thank you ...
1, He doesn't need to. Apple doesn't own the mobile network his phones are on and the networks have been more than happy to bend over to offer access.
2, He doesn't need to install a backdoor if he hands over copies of the keys as required by the patriot act in the US and RIPA in the UK
3, Add in all the same "truths" we got from other cloud suppliers. Technically they aren't OUR servers, we lease them or they are owned by a subsiduary. We don't allow access to our servers - but they do have a copy of the feed. We don't allow access to the feds, but we do supply them with anything they want through their own web portal
We used to use a HP Windows CE device in construction but it cost > 1000 quid so we gave up and bought job lots of cheap Dell somethings (?).
An android tablet that gets replaced everytime you drop it would be nice
CISCO's home voip phones are also shit - doesn't mean you shouldn't buy their enterprise grade switches
You take a photo of yourself "au natural" presumably for the benefit of your beau
You send that to the lady/gentleman/ovine mammal in question.
Apple uses super ninja infinite factor quantum encryption to secure the image between your phone and its servers.
It then emails the picture to recipient. Who can then do whatever they want with it ?
I'm probably more concerned about a blind date / hookup app called 3 ender
You should be very careful clicking on the access permissions when installing
Avoiding the need to keep up with technology changes by using an optical disk standard is the reason we backup all our data to Laservision
I thought he was promising that if people make a sufficiently believable noise about voting yes then they will get more money and concessions from English taxpayers when the eventually vote no.
Seems an eminently plausible and sound strategy.
But 1 death / 10 launches for a craft that was supposed to launch twice/week and where managers claimed it had a 1:100,000 chance of failure is a bit poor.
Especially because it was only sheer luck that several other flights with damaged tiles didn't go bang (incur prompt unintended aerodynamic disassembly in Nasa speak )
Was the reg special projects bureau not invited to bid?
> safety standards as high as those set for the space shuttle,
"set" or "delivered" ?
Although IIRC they don't even pay Ireland's 12.5% - they agreed some sort of discount rate deal in return for creating lots of jobs.
The Regent St shop doesn't pay any business rates because, like all Apple stores, it really only exists in a higher plane of existence and can only be perceived by the truly stylish.
- will that do ?
That's because none of the 1000s of workers at Google' new HQ do any actual work.
All the sales a re made by a single REALLY productive guy at their office in Ireland.
That's why Ireland's economy did so well - Irish sales guys are 100,000% more effective than those in countries with higher tax rates.
That's why Tesla can't have its own dealers.
Dealers generally lose money on new car sales. They make money on finance, trade ins and servicing.
Tesla's (almost) don't need servicing - the warranty package is something like $600/year,
there is no $150 oil change every 4000mi, brakes last for a decade, no emmission checks.
And current Tesla buyers are unlikely to need a dealership to loan them the money at 5%
Originally they didn't want to- it wasn't easy for makers in the 1920s to finance and manage dealerships in 10,000s towns and cities across America
The rules Tesla was accused of breaking was to stop a manufacturer letting a local dealer invest and build up a market, get a good reputation for service for the brand and then have the manufacturer move into the town and undercut them.
It would be as if Microsoft was allowed to let small software companies invent new products,wait to see which became popular and then sweep in bundling their own free knock off.
No it will be set on a bus, which is nuclear powered with a deadly virus onboard and will explode if it goes below 55mph and the driver has food poisoning so a passenger with a past has to take over the controls.....
They can just re-nationalise it, as they could with the Royal mail
The trouble with Netbooks was a certain monopolist requiring a maximum spec.
I think those are Advanced Light Source Syncopation
The reason the new Pilbara operation is practical is that they built an almost totally robotic mine, operated form 1500km away, even the trains to haul it to the coast are automated.
Instead of moving the ore to the smelters, the next step is to simply move the smelters to the ore. If the smelter is also automated it makes more sense for it to be in the middle of Australia than in the middle of Sheffield. It's obviously cheaper to move 1ton of finished iron or steel than 5tons of ore or 20tons of rock. Then you move the automated factories to be next to the steel works.
It makes a lot more economic and environmental sense to have a train appearing out of the middle of the outback bearing Holdens than crushed rock.
Here is the efficient capital market of the USA we are installing an oyster card type system and security gates to replace the flat rate tickets with no barriers + occasional ticket inspectors (basically honour system)
It will cost $30M/year to operate (it's being sub-contrcted to the local G4 subsidiary so there will be no surpises) but will save an estimate $3M in fare dodging.
People still get killed in car/train coliisions, mostly due to the word Stop being so close to a Californian word meaning, "drive straight through if there are no cops around". It was recently proposed that the soln to this was for cars to have the right of way at crossings and have the train stop for them!
The redline was an even murkier story than in who Framed roger Rabbit. A property developer specialised in building quick and cheap on distant agricultural land. He promised a bus/trolley service to get building permits and attract buyers. As soon as the houses were sold the service would be discontinued and moved to the next development. Since the builders wanted to work cheap and they new the lines would be torn up again in a year they had an "interesting" attitude to the engineering aspects of building a rapid transit system.
>Car sharing for profit without a licence is illegal.
This case goes one further, it's car sharing with individual passengers paying different fares to go to different stops. That is known as a bus.
It's like my plan for people who have never met to get together at an airport and share a ride in a plane, each paying a bit toward the trip. Smoking is allowed, as are electronic devices and you can take all the liquids, sharp knives and guns you want without having to do all the TSA stuff because we aren't an airline we are just ride sharing a plane.
Not necessarily true in the US of A
If their fake name software rejected a disproportionate number of African-American names or Arabic or Chinese as fake they could be in trouble. Even if it wasn't deliberate.
>If you don't like the policies don't use the service.
Try running a bus company in the USA with a policy of "all black passengers must sit at the back" - and see how far you get,
It's hard to go to an advertiser and say you have an audience of millions, with names like ButtFace97 and SharonZaSlag
But if you can tie their facebook stuff to their Amazon purchases, their credit card and medical records you can target slag products specifically at Sharon
>Not 'everybody else on the internet' is making the ludicrous claims that you hold dear to your heart.
Everybody else on the internet does think that knowing someones purchasing patterns in real time is worth money, especially if the persons are young, rich and fashion conscious iPhone owners.
iPhones may have some features better than their competitors and some worse, but they are no longer the only game in town that they were when the iPhone originally launched. They might soon be making more money by being a credit card processor than a phone maker.
>there's nothing in it for them to track the kind of purchases that you make.
So everybody else on the internet is wrong?
>That's not their business model.
Their current business model is to sell phones that are 2 years behind Samsung's offerings to people who already have a previous model of the same phone. It's possible that they might want to start looking for a new business model
>just complete stupidity by HP?.. You decide.
Tricky, with HP since the level of stupidity and greed are both infinite
>Capitol Hill ignores the electronic world.
I think they accept campaign contributions by electronic transfer now.
Its very inconvenient for cable companies to stuff millions of $ in brown envelopes
Yes an independent Scotland led by arch-thatcherite Alex Salmond will be free of the crypto-communism of David Cameron's tories and more business friendly.
So by that logic Germany shouldn't have been allowed a referendum on reunification unless the USSR allowed them to have one?
Except that the sole point of the euro was to allow southern europe to borrow at low interests rates to buy German exports. A southern euro with 20% interests rates and a bunch of northern euros who all already own all the Bosch dishwashers and BMWs they are going to need doesn't really help the Germans.
If that worked why didn't the government take advantage of it during the crash?
It could have dropped an elite unit of SAS accountant Ninja into Frankfurt by black helicopter, have them nail up a brass plaque with "Northern Rock" written on it and let the Bundesbank pay for everything.
Or should it be more worried that Scottish sympathizers could continue working undercover in the heart of Cheltenham as moles (or possibly Salmonds) ?
Or it will be packed in a case and hidden at the back of a giant warehouse.
Where top people can study it, top people.....
What Boris ? Yes but don't use it three times or it may summon him.
Careful comments like that can get you into trouble ......
Sir, we have reports of somebody in London Englandshire mentioning "jellied eels" on their phone - could be a terrorist code word.
Presumably more of Amazon's customers and authors live in London than live in Slough.
It's obviously important for a company to be close to both its suppliers and customers.
>I want a car that can take me to the door, then find a parking space by itself, and come back to pick me up when I summon it.
Also known as a teenager with a parent ?
They would also get to sample the fast and efficient phone recycling service offered by the local scallies outside the Apple store.
Maybe not necessary - but it is a sacred duty for a follower of the righteous path of the black polo neck
It is excellent - and I have a hardback on order, just as I have the paperback of the cartoons.
But exactly what is the point of an electronic version of a set of blog posts that are already online?
Other than Randall's tip jar - why collect a bunch of bits that are freely available online, zip them and charge $15?
I doubt there was a bundle of sticks of dynamite in the suitcase.
There may have been a few grams of explosive in one pocket of the suitcase.
Do you check all the pockets of a backpack everytime you fly?
Exactly the same statements were made about television - with the additional problem that TV was very expensive and would only ever be available to a small number of users.
I wonder if anyone ever made any money out of that TV stuff ?
So is it known as doing a Connery or doing a Dion ?