This has nothing to do with copyright. The Superman logo is a trademark, which has different protections and rules about maintaining those protections. They can't loan it out without risking dilution.
Yes... for Businesses. Businesses pay on all capital assets, not just real property. Individuals do not pay property taxes on durable goods, so this only applies to businesses.
mdsolar (1045926) writes "The collapse of large parts of the ice sheet in West Antarctica appears to have begun and is almost certainly unstoppable, with global warming accelerating the pace of the disintegration, two groups of scientists reported Monday. The finding, which had been feared by some scientists for decades, means that a rise in global sea level of at least 10 feet may now be inevitable. The rise may continue to be relatively slow for at least the next century or so, the scientists said, but sometime after that it will probably speed up so sharply as to become a crisis."
"The people who PAY FOR GAMES, want FREEMIUM." Just because you state a bunch of interesting statistics about what constitutes who puts money down for games, doesn't mean the end result isn't meaningful. As a business, what do you care what your non-paying customers want? They are not customers. You're asking for money, the people with the money are telling you how they recoup their money and you earn money yourself. Perhaps you should listen.
Churn the network, storage and server vendors to constantly reduce costs. Money talks.
Really? Dealing with some geniuses here.
True, but would a siphon work in orbit where there is artificial atmospheric pressure but microgravity?
Yeah, but try setting up your own web server on Google Fiber... Net Neutrality is only for the big boys, it seems.
I don't see anything here that would indicate such a loophole... http://www.uscis.gov/eir/visa-...
If you are "offshoring" you are literally having the work performed off-shore. If they fear their jobs are getting replaced by H1-Bs, then they are "outsourcing". It would be illegal for them to fire everyone then hire H1-Bs, and even if the off-shore companies place people that all happen to be H1-B, lawsuits will follow. How can the consulting company say they couldn't find competent employees when they know a bunch that got laid-off?
...it's the lack of accountability. The reason why Microsoft should take the cash is because they are not accountable for their bugs by contract. Finding a vulnerability costs them money, it does not make or save money. The only case that can be made for disclosing and fixing vulnerabilities is improved goodwill, but even that is tempered by the fact that what ever meager goodwill they gain by fixing the bug is probably cancelled by the loss in goodwill from having the bug in the first place.
I think you mean no HDMI 2.0... Since h.265 is software, and could be added with a software update.
Oh wait, Canada... Disgruntled Neighbour.
No. Water is water at 300K at standard pressure. IN space, water is steam without pressure. You need gravity and an atmosphere to create pressure.
If I am Netflix, Google/YouTube, Amazon, etc. and an ISP comes to me asking for money for preferential treatment, I would just say: "Pay me $1/subscriber, or I will block your users from my site--you know, just like how you pay ESPN for their content..." I find it hard to believe these sites need ISPs more than ISPs need these sites.