You missed his last line: "Good batteries would be a true game-changer, and solve both energy crisis and global warming in a single strike."
You can't discount Android for this. Android is a Linux distro and uses the Linux kernel.
If we don't enforce the treaty we are partner to then any hope of keeping Iran from getting nukes is out the window. Likewise the last few decades of keeping nukes out of the hands of those that would be more than happy to smuggle them into the US and use them on us is gone too. Would you still feel this way when Boston, DC or LA become a mushroom cloud because a suicide bomber upgraded from chemical to nuclear explosives?
Did you completely miss the part where we are treaty-bound to be involved in this one? That the only reason the Ukrane gave up it's nukes was because we promised that Russia wouldn't do exactly what it just did?
No, this is about when someone didn't consent and was then arrested. The police came back and asked the remaining person who of course then consented (rather than be arrested). That should qualify as consent under duress if he had a good lawyer.
The intent (not with the Falcon but with later rockets) is for it not to splash down at all but land vertically back on a launch pad. You can then use a crane to put a new second stage on it, bolt it all back together, refuel and relaunch.
... that's the goal at least. We're still a long way from that.
Most of us who use use-names on the Internet have our real name tied to them in so many places that it is trivial to connect the two, and thus they serve no real purpose in terms of security. They are nicknames, nothing more.
As of Android 4.4.2 apps can only access their own directories in external media. Needless to say this broke a number of apps like file browsers.
You mean like non-nuke submarines... which use electric while underwater and disel whie on the surface where they can get access to an air supply? Sure it's different batteries (which don't explode when exposed to water...) but your argument doesn't exactly hold a lot of weight. Now I would like to see a flood test where they run it into a river and see if it explodes.
Right up until you classify Android - with it's hundreds of millions of installs - as a Linux distro since it uses the Linux kernel. That's what NVIDIA is complaining about.
That was the point of the other half of the mandate ruling. The government doesn't have the power to compell you to engage in commerce. They do however have the power to tax you and then give you a tax break for engaging in said commerce. You can feel free to not get health insurance. You just don't get the tax break that having health insurance gets you.
People are complaining over the $50 for the first GB but don't bother to look at the $100/10GB and $10/2GB block after that. That's $10/GB for the first 10 and then $5/GB after that. Once you're into that tier it's cheaper than the europian plans. The ones getting screwed are the ones who only use 2-3 GB/month.
Point it at your face and make twitching movements with your cheeks. This takes the technology in Stephan Hawking's chair and makes it inexpensive enough people with ALS who aren't world famous scientsts could use it.
I think you missed the point of his comment. I don't think I'll need much computer assistance for my daily bathroom break either. Now one that will help me by tying my coffee pot to my alarm might be welcome... but somehow I just don't think a computer will help me defecate.
He does do one function but I'm also worried that this won't scale well in modern programing. It does however lend itself very well to functional programing (as opposed to object oriented).