Fortunately Windows reboots often so it will keep itself in pristine shape.
Speaking of which, Malaysia simply needs to request #NSA for the black box backup.
Actually you can if you have more than one satellite receiving the signal. Radio data arrival time triangulates the signal's origin position.
I see what you did there and raise you a tub.
I need a few hundred moderator points to troll-flag posts.
So you dont like the beta. Stop polluting every frickin news story. Some of us would like to read and comment.
Been following that band since the mid-80s and actually will see them on their tour date on feb 16th in Montreal.
Its not surprising that they would sure, if only to clear their name. Despite the harshness of the genre, Gitmo is precisely what they advocate against.
European, but two strung up together.
There was a story a few years ago that showed Boeing was successful in derailing an Airbus deal by using espionage and hacking to gather intelligence on the Airbus proposal, allowing Boeing to cut-in the proposition with their own submissions, finally realizing the deal at the expense of Airbus.
I think it would be worse for US to store their data in Canada because at that point, NSA is just spying on another country rather than in their own turf. Something that is in high scrutiny at the moment.
You don't get to become a major player in the computer industry with a 23m headstart. Especially not in the mobile industry.
Ask HTC. And all the others who dropped out of Android because there was no money to be made. There are countless failed Motorolla, HTC, LG, Asus, Panasonic, Kyocera, Lenovo, HP, Sony, and then the asian brans we never hear of like ZTE and Huawei. Even Samsung has had a number of phenomenal failures until they managed to score a hit with the Galaxy.
The list is stupendous: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Android_devices
Apparently, helium is not yet so scarce that it's not available in balloons at the grocery store.
Depends where you look. Many outlets around the region of Montreal stopped selling helium balloons because of the scarcity. Some voluntarily due to local hospitals having difficulties keeping their MRIs runnings and some due to prices going up.
I made a scripting app and it's been on the App Store for a bit more than two years. Its not a mainstream scripting language but rather a forth/postscript -inspired stack based. Its got runloops, shallow inheritance, threads, imports, marginal UI and complete Objective-C bridge. It gets the job done so well the engine is at the core of two other Apps.
So, whats keeping you guys from making a Python App? Or whatever language you want to use.
Maybe you're too young to remember but... to put you back in context: http://news.cnet.com/2100-1001-203937.html
In essence, I made a funny.