On point, concise, factual and directly focused on First Principles. Of course this post is rated -1. That's why you need to read the (-) comments first!
Lawyers earn and no better way is there than to churn. In the interest of protecting a client, its a quick action to take because they can. Just because they could doesn't mean they should. SO this could be a legal action outside the sphere of Blackberry just doing what they do - churn to earn.
OR Blackberry in its desperation could be attacking all comers to its last remaining properties. It's interesting that there exists professionals for whom Blackberry remains an essential AND want to integrate other devices adding keyboard functionality. But this device looked like it was too much of a ' kludge' for my personal tastes. I chose not to pursue the $100 case for iPhone with keyboard.
AND I think that threshold barrier to purchase is reason enough that Blackberry have no case of patent infringement since keyboards have been around for awhile now. Adding a bluetooth keyboard case for iPhone doesn't equate to a Blackberry phone.
Europeans remark how comfortable and pleasant an experience driving in the U.S. at night. H.I.D. bright headlight illumination dominates there and people have no US-style incandescent headlamps which they prefer because it makes night vision so much more effective when driving against oncoming traffic.
Refuse to honor your debt to society who bailed your assets out of imminent bankruptcy.
Capitalism failed. Repeat. No lessons were learned. The U.S. economy post-captialism is run by failures.
In a post-capitalist economy, this is the 1% new power version of racial profiling. Think of it as a form of denial of services. You'll never see what the 1% does much less enjoy. Knowledge is power and denying information denies access to all but the 1% who matter.
That's right. EV, electric vehicles, are an industry solution to meeting NHTSA and EPA regulations that cars meet standards for GHG. Manufacturer's cars don't pass the standard, states close the door on their market. Its a bright, shiny doorstop. GM's EV-1 is the EV gold standard which the world deserves but obsoletes an entire petroleum industry in the process. So they had to crush every single example for posterity sake.
Hydrogen the technology wasn't ready, economically or infrastructure-wise for the 21st century. The zero emissions platform for the future is evolving slowly, infrastructure first. In the meantime, EV and HEV, keep the doors open for the manufacturers.
On first principles this is bullshit. The public have been struggling to get antibiotics put back in the medicine bottle where it belongs. No one wants this stuff loosed. We struggle to get it our food paying premium prices for organic, antibiotic-free meats. We struggle to find it in the grocery isle to keep antibiotics out of products like our dish soap. This political bullshit right here on Slashdot in our face as the ' public' made us do it. Its the ' public' responsibility. Fuck off I say to BigPharma exactly the way BigTobacco. A moron understands the negative ramifications of antibiotic use. Stand up, push back and blow back JonQPublic.
At that instant, US citizen's protected rights are constitutionally violated by a deliberate government action.
Turning off the Internet kills your microphone, news print and mail in one swift blow. That silences voice.
I thought this country was secured by constitutional right to privacy from registering individual book reading/buying.
Chrome now operates as an unregistered vehicle transporting executable code handing off to server farms who knows what...surely not - YOU
Bitcoin was advertized as the virtual currency NOT stored in one place with NO detrimental reliances upon any ONE server, person or gov't. WTF?
/. please update, iteratively over time. Thank you.
Point to a world where consumers hold liability and responsibility for their car, their ECU and their braking behavior even though unintended acceleration is at fault.
Stalled in the Mojave desert 106F in the heat of the day, a 2011 VW decided all three keys were ' not in range'. Two hours later I reached water, tow truck and ride 67 miles to civilization. It remains to this day whether the memory was wiped clean from extra-terrestial sunspot activity, fault ECU or programmed to lock-out the car at specified date/mileage.
Lexus' judgement renders the ECU behavior to be the vehicle ' owner' responsibility in California. So there's definitely a need to get tools, connections and programs on our cellphones to view logs at the very least. Programmer's are paid to build functionality. The liability unfortunately seems to rest with the end users.
Having what you want
Wanting what you have