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Comment Re: Summary is so broken (Score 2) 120

This generation seems to have a lot of network social media functionality and the like. For example, XBone has a "snap" feature that allows you to split screen the game and one of the other apps. I guess it's useful to be sure the app gets all the resources it wants without it and the game interfering with each other.

I'm assuming PS4 has something similar.

Comment Re:Or just make the diesels hybrids (Score 1) 185

Or possibly even pure electric depending on whether we can get the range. Milk floats - which have a fairly similar life - have been mainly electric for decades.

We either need batteries that can last all day, or that can be replaced quickly as part of the daily schedule, but those are technically achievable.

Comment Re:That won't last long... (Score 1) 815

The article doesn't go into a lot of detail about the justification for the lawsuit. It looks like they're after punitive damages for wrongful arrest discrimination and whatever else they can get to stick. No idea how successfuk this would bel

2) once the jury hears about his overly-activist father and the lawyer's insinuation that the whole thing was a set-up?

I seriously doubt that they expect this to get anywhere near a jury. These things are usually settled out of court. Lawsuits are expensive for the defendant even if you win.

Comment Re:Backdoor-ed RaspberryPi ? (Score 1) 167

No. It doesn't.

Sadly this seems to be media hysteria more than anything else. Let me give you an analogy - you know how often the media completely screws up the technical detail relating to pretty much any science or tech story, completely missing the point of anything more complicated than web browsing? The do exactly the same when it comes to law.

"No, no, I don't mind being called the smartest man in the world. I just wish it wasn't this one." -- Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias, WATCHMEN