Could it be used to spoof an ad server? I have used a number of Android apps that will continuously try to reach ad servers if you use any sort of ad blocks, which causes extra battery drain. Could this system be set up to send some placeholders so the app will stop trying to pull an ad?
Man. It was still about money. They were buying the rights to the articles when they bought the printing plates from other newspapers. You don't think they just reset their own plates do you?
How is forcing health insurance providers to provide coverage of birth control a violation of free speech?
T-Mobile have a Value series of plans specifically for people who own their phone already that have a discount on the monthly rate. It's actually the plan I'm on right now. Also I'm 99% sure both T-Mobile and AT&T offer the ability to buy pay-as-you-go SIMs that include data.
I believe a popular hypothesis was that older women go through menopause to focus on helping the community instead of raising their own children. However I don't know if the hypothesis includes an explanation as to why this is unique to humans.
The US exports quite a bit of oil. About 2 billion barrels per day as of 2009.
Like... Professional pirates?
More likely a Media Access Control address...
What are you talking about? Windows 8 will run everything Windows 7 and before would run. Just because it doesn't have a Fischer-Price UI doesn't mean you can't use it with a touch screen. And developing for Windows 8 has the lowest cost of entry of any of the platforms, so it would be ludicrous to NOT develop apps that are desktop/tablet friendly for Win8 as well at iOS and Android.
It would be awesome if there were some way to send data without wires.
Actually, since DC relaunched with their new "52" event, part of the changes included ALL comics being available in print and digital forms on the same day. So it's everything, from Action Comics to mini-series that are available in digital form the same day you can pick it up at a B&M.
I don't know, it seemed to run just fine in Chrome.
Just because the ToS changed doesn't mean they're still not going to collect and sell all that data. Now it's just not in the ToS and they'll be a little quieter about who it goes to.
Does it matter which way they're stacked? If it's horizontal, you could just flip it on its side if heat becomes an issue...
In addition to the Momentus XT that several others mentioned, there is also SSD caching on Intel's Z68 motherboards allowing you to designate a 20GB+ drive as an automated cache of whatever data is traveling to and from your hard drives. The effects are quite noticeable and it seems like the system is pretty smart. Plus, it is done in software that is easily updated should a more efficient algorithm be found.