It' can happen on filesharing sites that advertisers have malware on their ads/sites--the firesharing site's administrators should check, but sometimes aren't very conscientious about it.
"which patterns would be most interesting or arresting"
Huh? Obviously the natural use of this is for advertising--and the advertising agencies know how to make interesting or arresting ads.
I can't believe the comments here.
First get her a computer with the same Operating System as she already has. The older generation doesn't like change for the sake of change--they only want change when it offers significant improvements.
Second she will want a full size keyboard and a decent sized screen. As you get older your fingers are less nimble and your eyesight gets worse.
So I am thinking something like a 15"-17", used business class laptop from eBay (a few years old).
Right now a cashier takes his/her cash box to accounting which verifies the amount of money in the cash box is identical to the cash register tape. This will mess this up (although the newer machines with programming may be able to be re-programmed to calculate this correctly--anyone know?)
Alternative question: what stands in the way of a solar-powered dirigible? (we'll use helium instead of hydrogen like the Hindenburg did)
Could someone post an English translation of what the scientists actually said?
First I don't understand why you went to the office. You simply telecommute from home. In fact it's an exceeding rare event for any knowledge worker to go to the office; the few people going to work are the ones involved with physical objects.
Likewise I don't understand why you would go to a restaurant and this robot server. You have your own local meal preparation unit in your house (and there is one in the office for the few times someone shows up there). People only go to restaurants where they are served by real people as a special event. It's a nostalgia type thing.
But the event you remember the most of this day was getting a birthday card from your great grand-mother. You haven't handled physical paper in months--but she is very old-fashioned and sends you this card.
If I were Nokia, I would respond by switching to Android.
I am seeing a huge number of Youtube results at the beginning of responses when I have not made any search entry for video. I find it very doubtful these would show up if were a competing video service.
To say the PC-era has ended you need to look at application usage. For example: What percentage of web browsing is done via PC, cell phone, tablet, etc? I would guess the overwhelming majority is done by the PC.
Likewise look at email, word processing, games....
Anyone have these kind of numbers?
"Typically, however, a patent application must include one or more claims defining the invention which must meet the relevant patentability requirements such as novelty and non-obviousness."'
Because these software patents do not really meet the requirements of novelty and non-obviousness. If you hadseveral software programmers attempt a solution, many would come up with something the same or similar.
Really? I think you will find IBM is still among the largest sellers of mainframes in the world.
Straight Talk is not unlimited everything. The consensus is that there is roughly a 2Gb data limit. Straight Talk has an extremely restrictive Terms of Service--for example downloading video is not allowed.
Smartphones getting a little bigger could kill the tablet. I just don't think consumers want three separate devices: smartphone, tablet and laptop.
No loss? Have you ever returned something? There is a substantial time expenditure and well as the cost for your transportation.