A nation literally cannot attack a multi-national company in the way these attacks have happened. That's because these attacks now include physical threats against the citizens of other nation states. Those threats make no sense coming from a nation state, and just about have to be from some third party if North Korea is involved in even the 'cyber' part of the attacks. That's because the nation doesn't want to find itself in a war with other nation states and not just the corporation, or to get boxed in by making a threat they don't intend to follow through on and lose face. Bluffs are for when you are already desperately losing, not beginning.
We're talking about North Korea. They are not bound by the rules of what a nation state "can" and "cannot" do. I agree, this would make no sense, but again... North Korea.
you have cheap tiny things you stick into holes (please spare me with any childish dick/buttplug/etc comparisons).
You're the only one who made such comparisons, child.
I like people well enough, but I'm a Morlock, not an Eloi. I want to get things done, not gab with your about the brats you spawned to replace yourself.
Right on, man! (or woman!). I like your personality type. I think it adds to the cultural diversity of a workplace. Many places I've worked have had the person who "tells it like it is", and mostly, unless they're overtly hostile, people appreciate someone like you and learn to get along. "That Bruce is such a grump." "I know - I showed him a picture of my kid and he said 'I don't care about your kid'. He's such a character!" Seriously, a team comprised of diverse personalities may even be more productive than a team of people who all just want to show eachother pictures of their kids all the time. Be productive and don't rock the boat - don't be someone you're not.
Not a very friendly approach anyway if you ask me. I hope no species get the same idea with planet Earth as target for their research.
Yes, I hope nobody ever drops a bomb on the Japanese in retaliation for something.
That's the question everyone forgot to ask isn't it!?!
This question was in fact asked. Slashdot binned it because they don't want egg on their face.
Google is your friend: http://www.newegg.com/Product/...
And the second part of ArchieBunker's question: what devices support it? No smartphone does anything close to a gig. Google is your friend too.
There is no kind of antenna nor any RF signal that is improved by multipath. What MIMO antennas are supposed to do is reduce the detrimental effects of multipath fading.
That is incorrect. MIMO relies on multipath to be able to effectively process spatially multiplexed data streams. Think about it - if the signals from independent streams all arrived simultaneously, they would cancel each other. Man, this is basic, basic stuff.
Teachers that sit around and waste time are the biggest reason the education system is a massive failure in the US, UK and some parts of Europe.
You've attended enough schools in enough of the US, UK, and Europe to be able to make that claim? No, of course you haven't, coward. Sit down and shut up.
The rest of your post reads like a wannabe's Hollywood script.
Seriously disapointed this was not addressed in the brief.
It will be addressed in the briefs.