Isn't that what all the anti-NN peoples said? And here we have Verizoff actually innovating for a change!
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if I add a second head as a new dependent?
offtopic: I do like the menu moving to the top of the page but think you still need to provide a little more border on the LHS.
^this. An non-wired, dedicated e-reader removes the distraction. An an e-ink reader is far easier on the eyes over the long term than backlit displays. It still won't help with the issue of a book being three dimensional vs 2.
what makes these corporate suits think they can be certain they were not hacked or the uses of the hack... all inside of one week?
what ever happened to that? Did they finally realize it was a pointless mission?
At the same time, those of us who live and breathe technology do so because it provides us with a service and freedom to share our lives with others.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc all give me the freedom to share my life with others if I so desire.
IIRC there are other results that further limit the space available for SUSY, minimal or otherwise. But just like string theory, its supporters refuse to go away.
must work for 3dprint.com as he only submits stories from them.. that or they are a DICE co.
Since 1986, more and more fuel storage pools have approached their maximum holding capacity (Figure 4). By 2017, all but one site (which was constructed with sufficient pool storage capacity to accommodate all of the spent fuel produced during the reactor’s lifetime) will be at capacity, necessitating the greater use of dry storage.
and more here: http://www.nae.edu/Publication...
On site storage is not a viable or better long term solution. We are only now hitting a point where reactors are starting to be retired. Do you think that the utility companies running them will have the same committment to the storage 10, 50, 250 years later? The same can be said about security. Even regionalizing above ground storage poses risks and certainly increases the political drama
As another poster notes, some of it could be reprocessed for further use but ultimately there is waste to deal with. And it is true that MOX does not itself pose any terrorist type risk, the risk comes from having too many reprocessing locations where materials can be "lost". Done properly reprocessing could buy some time to deal with the longer term needs.
Yeah, they've only outgrown the rest of the PC market for almost all quarters during the last couple of years. Total failure.
For a decade now we have heard that iPod this, iPhone that was going to enable Apple to win the PC industry. All it did was move their share from the low end of the historical range to just above to top end (again, depending what metric you use and who calculates it).
You are confusing the margins on the devices that Blackberry sells with the fact that they sell far to little to make a profit. Apple has those high margins because they sell so many. As for Microsoft, they sure as hell sell hardware, but either at low or negative margins.
No, it is you who are confused. The original poster was attempting to claim that others had higher gross margins, including Blackberry. In FY2012, Blackberry had gross margins of 35.7%. I guess it was too much trouble for you to do the math? As to MSFT - of 86B in revenues in 2014, only 11.6B was from hardware.
What a lame excuse. So billions have been sunk on this project only to have it shuttered over Harry Reid. Its not like the nuke waste has another home to go to. Open the damn thing already.
ITVT have the European Air Force among its customers.
Air Force? Europe? Why didn't the French use it to get to Africa instead of bumming rides on US transports?
Er... huh? "Apple's Gross Margin is 39.9% - Samsung's is 39.87." Both sell a lot of hardware, and in Samsung's case a lot of other random stuff.
Those margins are not anything close to that stated in the original post. Microsoft is primarily a software comapny and has margins in line for that industry. As to Samsung, their margins are actually at the upper end of recent years.
As to Apple and software sales, what is the margin on Final Cut Pro (and think what it was when it cost more than $299) Logic Pro X @ 199? But in the end, those do not matter as without iPhone Apple is at best a third or fourth place computer maker with marketshare in the 5 to 10% range (historically).
Somehow I don't think a secure location is going to be too worried about this type of attack unless someone can show it working with an extremely small receiver which is also able to log the data for later use. Also note that even at the slow rate she was typing it still missed characters.
So while academically interesting, this seems to be something of very limited concern. Of course, if you see an antenna like that in the coffeeshop you might want to leave.