Hopefully, the exports will be off the charts. California needs the economic growth.
Audio-based watermarking that survives a variety of attempts to process it, and even overcomes being recorded second-hand.
There are claims by products $$$$ that it has been cracked, but all of those methods involve a database for specific films to apply their "fix".
Some I know have issues calculating the age of the earth, usually off by a few orders of magnitude.
...and what part of my comparing it to what my son's typical usage are you unable to process? My post infers that he regularly uses 3GB of data monthly on BoostMobile (see the part about him exceeding his data cap), which costs him $40/month and uses the same network as Google's Fi service. As a bonus, he doesn't have to use a specific, single model of phone.
Under Google's Fi service, basic service $20+ 3GB data $30 = $50
I guess math and reading comprehension is difficult for you?
I told him to use the library of music he already has, which is quite extensive (he's 22 and out of the house), but being young and lazy about stuff like this, things probably won't change.
$20 (basic phone service)+$30 (3GB data) = $50
At least, the last time I checked, 20+30=50.
Maybe you should stick to homeschooling.
The problem with the rollover is that my son listens to Pandora... and often hits his cap every month. He'd never have rollover, and instead of throttling, he'd just get cut off.
Also, he'd have no choice in the devices he used.
$50 a month to match my son's BoostMobile plan, except he still gets data (at 2G speeds) after he exceeds his limit, and pays $40/month.
Come on, Google, you used to be cool.
I'm sure a big part of that $200 million is the current valuation of the land, which he bought over 20 years ago.
I'd be surprised if at least $120 million of that number is the result of the increase in the property value for the land.
He's getting relief from property taxes and using land that would otherwise sit vacant. He gets a huge tax write off, something he likely needs for the next few years as his structured buy-out from Disney stacks up in his bank account.
At the same time, he does something good for the community while sticking it to his stuck up neighbors.
Nope. When they landed in Syracuse, they were in the 100 mile "Border Zone" where the government has declared they can seize any electronic equipment, for any reason.
Syracuse is, as the crow flies, within 100 miles of the Canadian border. His equipment belongs to the US government now.
Wake me when tape is reliable AND costs 10% of the $/GB of hard drive storage.
Worthwhile for enterprise... maybe. I haven't even looked at a tape backup in decades, but I do not relish paying more for a single tape than an entire 2TB HDD... as a consumer, or even as an enthusiast. It's cheaper and possibly more reliable to do backups to BD-R at this point, or simply use redundant HDDs as backup devices.
Apple will surely be updating shortly to close the loophole that has people installing PopcornTime on their iPhones...
I'm surprised this isn't bigger news.
I wouldn't mind a 39" curved monitor with 8k resolution, along with two 4k displays (left and right) oriented in portrait for my workstation.
Computer monitors are the one application of curved displays that actually makes sense.
I like my 3 WQHD displays, but there are still times when I'd like a bit more "space" for development and debugging.
Apple forces you to submit apps using the most recent releases of OSX through their proprietary "app loader"
Of course, the same thing COULD be accomplished using a web-based uploader, but that isn't the "Apple way"