With the programs that autoupdate multiple times per day, the answer is pretty much yes.
Heck, if they could print a working rotor I would be very impressed.
There's nothing in the protocol description about key sharing. If you already have a way to share keys, why not just use a one time pad that's proven to be unbreakable?
They haven't succeeded yet. It's a sign that Japanese missile defence is basically nonfunctional.
True, all of the Internet of Things functionality could be replaced by machines having an open interface and open specifications, controlled by a central computer which may or may not be connected to the internet. But the great thing about doing it distributed is that now manufacturers can charge extra for each "smart" device. That's what's driving the Internet of Things.
Even simpler, we don't yet have the capability to send nearly as much payload to Mars as would be needed for a manned mission. We're at least two orders of magnitude shy of even a one-way mission. Once we figure out how to get that much mass to Mars, we can start worrying about the health effects.
At least due to its inability to run programs, ChromeOS is mostly free of viruses. It's definitely a security improvement, although at the cost of usability.
In all those cases, the owner of the subscription should be at least questioned as a witness.
It wasn't used as evidence, it was used in the hope of getting the judge to issue a subpoena to the ISP, providing real evidence.
The task in the study that the subjects had to learn is one specifically tailored to make use of the brain area stimulated. Whether this can help in, for example, memorizing the contents of a book remains to be seen.
When somebody can attach a headband on you against your will, you are already enslaved.
But that won't print you a tape measure. This was likely done with a UV printer, which costs quite a lot more.
Yep, most of the time "help" means that the parents do the stuff instead of the kids.
True, but that's why it's nice that we have a herd of pioneers willing to try it out and provide us with lots of data. This is an interesting topic, and if people a doing voluntarily to get better at COD, we can learn a lot about how our brain works.
Where can you buy a "cheap feature phone" that isn't a smartphone?