No, bitcoins have been stolen. They're not recognised as currency or really as property in Tokyo, so essentially nothing was stolen. Perhaps with this revelation there might be a case for fraud, but not as likely for theft.
It's not about having "N hours to keeping them entertained", it's about choosing the mode of entertainment. Kids got along just fine before tablets, and in many cases were more social and had more exercise.
I'm not against kids playing games etc - I certainly played enough in my youth - but there are better things than surrounding them with screens 24/7
Basically, we graffiti. No more justification than the pricks who feel the need to spray-paint their names on various structures/objects, or draw genitalia, profanity, etc.
Just as dumb as the "for a good time call X" written on a washroom stall.
Could be useful for listening to internet radio or updating music libraries.
At a 128kb/s stream (I think thing streams are kilobit rather than kilobyte), that's
86 hours (312500 seconds). If that's 5GB/month, it's not too bad for radio... if that's 5GB/6mo it's a bit crappy.
For syncing/downloading music, of course, it depends on the size of your library.
"What does extrasec offered"
Yes, because I really want to trust my phone to some random app written by somebody who can't even use proper grammar on the main heading of their website...
I do PC support on the side. I had three customers who were having issues checking mail, where it would intermittently - but frequently - error out while checking mail. All three had contacted their ISP first, and been told that it was an issue with their computer (thus they paid ~$100 for a computer tech to fix the issue).
Telnet to the ISP's mailserver, and it randomly returns a "BAD MAILBOX" when checking mail. DEFINITELY not an issue with the client machine or mail client.
Talk to the ISP techs about it.
First response from ISP tech: Oh, it's your computer
Me: Actually it's not MY computer. I'm the tech hired by the owner to fix the computer. I'm a professional. I checked it and YOUR mailserver is returning errors
ISP Tech: Oh... well we're doing some upgrades on the mailservers lately so that's probably why
Me: My first client with this issue was 6 months ago. How long has this "upgrade" been going on.
ISP Tech: Oh... yeah about that long
Me: So when do you plan on having it complete
ISP Tech: uhhhhhn
Many ISP's/providers will LIE through their teeth and complete avoid dealing with or logging an issue. I've had similar issues with cellular corps (one where a whole region always got a busy when dialing any 1-8xx number), who claim "it's your phone. You're not using our provided phone? Too bad we can't help you"
Knowing that the ISP has an issue is useful knowledge for tech folk.
p.s. The internet ISP with mailserver issues was "Telus" in Canada, and the phone provider with 800 issues was "Fido" (that latter one happened twice).
Not entirely true. For many titles, I might be the game on Windows if it comes up on sale for cheap. For launch titles, I'd be more likely to buy them sooner (at the full price) if they were cross-platform/linux-compatible.
From what I've seen, many others are in the same boat.
I'll see your unlisted rental/phone fees and raise you... UPS. You pay for a package to be shipped to you, based on the weight, size, destination and description of contents provided by the seller.
Package crosses the border.
Border agent charges you a small amount to cover taxes, and then *doubles* the cost of your package in brokerage. Sometimes they'll ding you at the doorstep, sometimes you'll get an unexpected "present" in the mail in the form of some butt-puckering bill.
Fedex is similar in fees.
USPS/Canada-Post do not screw you this way. In the odd case where they do charge you fees, they're much more reasonable.
I have worked in schools.
I have worked in IT in schools
Neither of the above were in the UK.
Perhaps the most shocking - and disturbing - part is that you don't see anything wrong with this on your side of the pond...
Federal, State, and School pastoral care policy issues trump most whiny students objections.
Whining:yes, legal arguments: no.
But hey, let's assume that any/all students are going to be posting pictures on breakup-revenge. Guilt before innocence, right?
While we're at it, we'll assume that the sysadmins and staff *aren't* perverts or eavesdroppers, and they they aren't also able to abuse this cert to eavesdrop on interactions that should be considered private, so as video chats or conversations with qualified legal/medical professionals (and yes, even young people do need these on occasion).
The sad part being that the actual advertisement is structured quite similar to the above. If you look at the actual code of the ads, there is actually a function/variable for the location.
Usually it looks something like
$GeoIPCity = getLocationByGeoIP();
print "$GeoIPCity mom's simple trick to looking younger makes doctors hate her."
I can't vouch for the veracity of the product/method being advertised, but given that it starts out with false advertising (as obviously the "mom" can't be from every city a potential visitor might be from).
Seems this could expose the employer to other liabilities. How about if the employee was looking up something online that exposed he/she had a medical issue the employer wasn't aware of, or was in-the-closet.
Employee gets fired for other reasons, finds out employer was sniffing his/her email and/or searches, sues for wrongful dismissal and discrimination.
And that's a fair model. Make it opt-in with a caveat: you can only use *other* people's public hotspots if you opt-in to providing one yourself.
That gives you not only a choice, but a fair value return for the service of hosting wifi from your property.
Dungeon Keeper is the culmination of developers' efforts to move the pricing model away from initial purchase and into in-app purchases
Actually, I'm fairly sure that's the culmination of business/marketing units to move to a PITA in-app-purchase model, and the developers are following the orders from above.
Actually there are plenty of things wrong with it, but it will still get many people by, and frankly win8 has many issues that overshadow the inconveniences in XP.