Don't you mean 8" floppies"?
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I hate to burst CU'S bubble but this has been done numerous times over a decade ago by researchers at UC Berkeley and other institutions. Search on Google scholar for SiGe.
I wonder who paid this team of scientists to do this study....
Somebody ship Snowden a pair of ruby slippers and tell him to put them on, click his heels together three times, and repeat "There's no place like home". Once he's done that he can then finish the outfit and change his name to Chelsea or something else as ridiculous.
It is aimed at a wider range of device types.
Thank god. It's about time my ThinkGeek USB hotplate be accelerated with voxel heating.
I'd totally be able to capture keyboard input on that thing from at least 20 feet away.
"Attractive female customer did not respond well to aggressive sexual advances" - Uber Driver #756234
Temperature thresholds are also highly dependent on whether the birds are of European or African descent.
I'm sorry, but are people actually under the impression that their phones are secure?
Just what I needed back when I was a kid. 2 more years of high school with the potential that afterwards I'll have a sizeable debt coming out of it if I screw off those years like I did when I was a junior and senior.
Ever heard of SiGE and MPW/COT? Who needs FPGA when you can go open source ASIC and produce an initial production run for under $50k, possibly even $10k? There's been some interesting research from places like CalTech and Berkley in to fully designed MIMO's even with integrated antennas in an SOIC that are in many cases nearly a decade old now.
Makes sense if you pay attention to the great grandfather of space exploration. As Sir Isaac Newton said, "What goes up must come down".
Red Hat Computer Scientist Improves Math Performance of Glibc
There, fixed that for you.
Look, if we had to spell out every bit of "evidence" we have concerning how we KNOW NK was involved, we'd have a thousand denialists like you hyper-analyzing every letter and word screaming NO EVIDENCE when we have clearly outlined that we know NK did it. Dude just trust us, we've got this.
I really look forward to similar language being used by foreign countries that the US got caught spying and hacking on and the ensuing financial sanctions against the US as well.