Is imperialism supposed to be a good thing now?
It's a sad day when we have slashdotters who are completely unaware of the concept of an acoustic coupler.
Apparently this is legal, so why should I care? It's not as if the government is going to do better things with that money than Google is.
I'm already going blind trying to solder components smaller than 0402.
...to anyone who's ever seen a dog get wise to the old "pretending to throw the ball" trick.
How long until some gimpy vigilante begins using one?
Is there any good reason not to just call the presence of soft hyphens as a reliable indicator of spam and use it as the basis of a spam filter?
Now they'll just fall back on plan B: Generate a one-time-pad that when combined with his encrypted data will yield whatever happens to be the most incriminating data imaginable.
They already do that, and their right to do so is written in their contracts.
My 24 year old 0.6 Kawasaki gets 50+ MPG, and does 0-60 in 3.2 seconds.
Tops out at only 135, lacks turbines, and sucks in the rain though.
I think it's gotten to every person who's seen it so far.
Yeah, gotta work on smoothing out my piloting skills. The extra wing loading from the weight of the camera makes the plane a little harder to handle than it normally would be.
A Predator drone it ain't.
Irrational numbers care not for your "rational approach".
I guess you missed the first sentence of the article.
Nokia still sells more phones than Samsung, LG, and Research in Motion (RIM) put together, but its inability to produce high-margin, high-end smartphones that can compete head to head with Apple's iPhone and Google Android-based smartphones is causing it major problems.
Companies that want to make money and stay is business tend to have diverse product lines, catering to multiple niches and price points.