Other OS's have a concept of "drivers" that allow you to support new devices without the OS manufacturer updating the OS. With Android, it seems like every little feature requires a new kernel.
ohhhhhhh......... they mean bandwidth, not storage? I gotta RTFA.
Hello! I am a company offering unlimited storage for no cost, and with no strings attached.
Umm... no. Frankly, I'd rather pay someone just because then, at least there is a chance, that it is an honest deal.
The food is grass. So are you saying that we should count the volume of rain water that the grass absorbs? I wonder if he waters the field.
Why does stuff like this require an operating system update? It seems like that is the case for everything in Android: Bluetooth low-energy, usb on-the-go, MIDI,
I'm using the Windows 7 media center player version of Netflix, which was been abandoned about 5 minutes after it was released. Apparently Windows 7 is an ancient operating system that no one uses any more.
This is potentially good for Netflix since Windows users have been limited to stereo from Netflix for some time now since Netflix uses Silverlight.
Everything about the web is like that. We are in the process of doing "on the web" everything we have already been doing locally for decades,
Just to clarify: I probably wasn't clear what I meant by "slippery slope." I mean that if we say it is okay to blame the manufacturer for not providing pedestrian detection, then we open up manufacturers to all sorts of law suits as more autonomous features are added. Eventually, every error could be traced back to something the device could have known but didn't. "Oh, it should have known that grandpa took that pill already." You bring up another angle. What if grandpa really did need another pill and the bottle refused to open?
Answer: Another commenter stated that you have to be pushing the gas pedal for the car to move. It isn't really autonomous at all. So this is definitely the drivers fault.
Oooh, you just brought up an interesting angle. What if you get used to a car that has this feature, and come to expect it, then drive one that does not? That's risky. This makes me me never want to purchase this feature. Or if I get it, never trust it.
This is a slippery slope. We must hold the driver accountable.
*All* cars today will confidently drive into a people. Most of them only do so by moving forward or backward in whatever direction they are pointed. The fact that this car has a button that backs up, does a little turn, then pulls forward does NOT change the chain of responsibility. Ex: Suppose my car has a button that drives forward 10 feet, honks, spins around, then drives backward 10 feet. Can I blame the manufacturer when I hit the button and run someone over? We can't let that become the standard.
Oh, did my drone just gun down a bunch of children? Blame Boeing, their bid for the child detection feature was too expensive! -- I DON'T THINK SO FOLKS!
Question: Does the brake still work in self-park mode?
Which one hurts more when dropped on you: a pound of iron, or a pound of feathers?
In their defense, it is because eEconomics perfectly follows t his Douglas Adams quote:
There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable.
There is another theory which states that this has already happened.
As soon as an algorithm is created that can accurately predict the market, investors will start using it, thus altering the market so the algorithm no longer works.
This kind of economic theory is really attaching a name and a measurement system to a phenomena that is already understood. To say the Q-value predicts bubbles is a bit backwards since the Q-value is defined in terms of bubbles. So it really isn't a predictor of anything, any more than a ruler is a predictor of the length of an object or a scale is a predictor of the weight of an object.
I'm reading... but it is like reading a patch file for a language I don't understand, when I don't have the file that is being patched.
(A) in subparagraph (A), by striking “an order” and inserting “an order or emergency production”; and
That might as well be:
Go to line 57 and insert "else break;"
It looks like they are trying to say that, in order to bulk collect data, they must have a specific search they are running that involves a specific telephone line. See SEC 201.
Can someone define "tangible things" as in "SEC. 103. Prohibition on bulk collection of tangible things" or "“(i) Emergency authority for production of tangible things."