Better get someone else to update it, under penalty of law, says mr injunction.
By announcing the plan ahead of time, you are saying the actions are in direct response to, and a way to covertly signal that a warrant with gag order has been issued. Hell, your announcement may trigger legal action BEFORE a warrant is ever issued.
I am. They're only free if you had some version before. If you've never bought them, you still have to pony up full retail.
Not according to the Apple App Store as of this moment. Pages, Keynote and Numbers are all $19.95.
Even that's no good if the problem is flaws in the spec rather than how it's implemented by OSs. If the NSA did things correctly they didn't have to muddle with actual Linux/BSD/etc src, they got flaws into the crypto definition itself that reduces the work needed to crack it. The better an OS follows the spec... the easier for the NSA to punch through.
Sapphire screens aren't new.
Kinda hard to do any hosting if your only connection is a port mirror, you can watch, but you can't talk over said port.
Apple has chosen to migrate to an all iOS world slowly, subtly. Give them time, it's in the grand plan. The walled garden with all of it's ways of providing a continuing revenue stream after the initial purchase will eventually be the way of all Apple systems.
MS on the other hand kinda of has to cut the cord and make the jump in one move or forever get stuck in limbo as people refuse to let go of the old ways. It will cause a lot more gnashing of teeth initially, but I suspect by the time Win 9 or 10 (or whatever they dub them) ship the new format will be cleaned up enough to appease most naysayers and the people jumping in for the first time won't have any preconceived expectations to worry about. That seems to be what MS is banking on anyways.
Clarification - In the US a service provider can view customer content on or transiting their equipment IF IT'S REQUIRED FOR NETWORK OPERATIONS. IE if there is a mail delivery problem an ISP IT monkey would be ok trolling through mailbox files looking at the smtp headers. Same ISP IT monkey would NOT be legally in the clear if he decided on a random Tuesday to read customer Bob's email for fun. If he went further and acted on the contents of Bob's email he'd really be setting himself up for a legal hurting.
Well, save for the fact that 'Chrome' on iOS is just a skin over Apple's WebKit with the slower JS engine Apple 'graciously' lets apps us vs the faster one their browser can access on the same device.
Worse, it only takes a few emails tripping the right filters or customer complaint bins before Hotmail decides to never accept email from that relay's IP ever again. No appeal, no cooling off, no support assistance, that IP goes into their blacklist and there is no digging it out afterwards.
No, it shouldn't. There are uses for handbrake on, with throttle. Just like brakes on with throttle is ALSO a valid mode of operation. Don't dumb my car down because you're scared of it.
My Highlander Hybrid gets better milage in town, even in stop and go than on the highway. (30 city vs 25 highway). In my case it can do far more on just battery at low speeds. Weather or not the Tesla follows the same economy curve, no idea although I suspect it's close.
Actually a minecraft server is a bit of a pig. Vanilla can be squeezed into 512MB of RAM but it won't be happy. Enable Bukkit and you'll want more than 2GB to keep it from dying due to running out of RAM.
As a matter of fact, I do have gear in use that is affected by the removal of 386 support. (The linux terminal server project crowd in particular is affected by this also.) If I was trying to troll I think I'd have been a bit more... obnoxious with my wording? Back to the topic at hand, my understanding was that it wasn't the 386's shortcomings that doomed it, it was that they had to invoke workarounds in the x86 branch for them, and THAT was where the hardship came from when trying to move the ball forward over time. In theory, a separate arch shouldn't trigger the same pain as x86 would be free to grow, dead86 would then have to deal with issues as they cropped up separately, without impacting the other arches any more.