Seriously are you freakin' kidding me? Yes... Yes.. YES everyone's child is a freaking super-genius. Right. Oh... and gads... this one can actualy READ by the 8th grade. How wonderfully miraculous.
And I have $5 that says this technology is never seen again.
Ok so we have nickel cadmium (NiCd), nickel metal hydride (NiMH), lithium ion (Li-ion), and lithium ion polymer (Li-poly) batteries, so this would make Sulfur Lithium (SLi) batteries. Actually that's a pretty cool name.
THIS is what you spend your college days doing? Developing COFFEE for non-existent space flights? Oh how proud your parents MUST be. I know I certainly am. You definitely deserve a high paying position when you get out of college for this *incredible* feat of mental fortitude. Society in general DEFINITELY needs more useless people such as yourselves. Whoop, Whoop!
SERIOUSLY??? In a country that is SMALLER than PARKS that we have in the US. You seriously don't know who your own cousins are?? REALLY?? I know all 43 of my cousins, and they live in 7 different states (which is like countries for the Euro's).
Whoops, apparently there's a problem, I intended to comment on another article. Sorry!
Ok, in a country that is smaller than some PARKS we have in the US, HOW DO YOU NOT KNOW your own cousins?
I concur, wait for a WOOT-OFF! You'll get everything you need there. Even the security system.
The damage has already been done to the project, there is no resurrecting it. You are done, it is over. Sorry to say it. But once you get a textbook MBA into the matter, it is over and there is no Resurrection for project. You will do well in your further endeavors, however this one has reached it's conclusion.
Oh you don't know how right you are. VERY well thought comment.
Goodbye RIM, no one will remember you in 3 years.
Ok *HERE* is the real problem with that (I will spuriously term that as) "logic". Those "other" countries are predominately run by either dictatorships (where is the logic in a dictatorship?), socialist agendas, or completely egregiously corrupt governments. *THAT* very fact alone should be enough to argue that the current governance is adequate.
If you really want to kill the internet, then by all means put it in the control of the UN. Show me any any project (thatis supposedly successful) that is run by the UN and I will show you corruption, extortion, and gang mentality. I would wager that I could also show you almost every other form of blasphemous egregious violation of human rights and offenses to freedom and democracy.
I have watched the video and (full disclosure) I have worked within the banking industry. I know for a fact that safes with solenoid unlocking devices are widely used. Either with a biometric or electronic numeric keypad method of unlocking. I also know that as one of the persons (formerly) responsible testing these devices, that this attack vector never occurred to me. And I'm talking about the picking up and dropping of it, primarily. Mostly because the safes in question are several hundred pounds and had to be delivered to my testing area on a forklift. And partly because if I did so the people of the floor beneath me would have freaked out and I would have had a talking to by my boss. But I'll bet you anything that you could lift up a corner of one of the small bank safes and drop it the same way. I would be surprised if that *DID NOT* work. Mostly considering that the companies that make those safes are as equally negligent in testing as the ones in the Forbes article.
HERE HERE! I too am a tall guy with big hands. I personally rebelled verbally against the tiny, dinky, toy-ish phone fad. I'm happy to see it lose steam and the market finally get some semblance of sanity. I like a touchscreen AND a keyboard. And I like a decent size touchscreen. Let's see more!