Why not just use the first laser to transmit the data you need in the first place?
Are they sure the cause was socialism and not the oppressive dictatorship they lived under? It's not like their socialist government was democratically elected, maybe that's influenced them more?
Now we know why there are no Tornados in Westeros.
That summary says absolutely nothing. Are they implying that all previous drones have no security? Just connect to them and take over. Luckily some genius from DARPA came up with the brilliant idea of adding a password prompt.
Ironically (not really but let's use that word) phones with multiple sim card slots are popular in 3td world countries. They're talking about active sim cards, not phones.
I have 3 mobile subscriptions and 0 TVs, si those numbers sound legit to me.
AWS is one of the "VPN" services that were blocked.
He died the same year, and was way more important than Steve Jobs.
>UX research and (more importantly) user expectations continue to evolve
Do you have any source for these statements?
Or even better, build a phone on top of a decent controller, even the old NES was good enough. Mobile gaming will never have any depth until there's a good controller available, the touchscreen is no enough. They can bring Mario to phones all they want, but it'll be pointless without a good controller.
I thought the NSA was covering their ass by saying they're not spying on american citizens, only foreign threats, now they're saying they _only_ spy on US communications? which is it?
or if it is, it's pretty irrelevant. Don't Android devices outsell iOS like 4 to 1? If those numbers for PC sales are correct, we should be hearing news about how Android outsold PCs long ago. Who cares about Apple?
I'm for equality and all that, but this guy seems to be asking for equal tratment of impostors of all minorities? If you're not qualified, get the fuck out, no matter what you look like.
Victim was in his 40s, shooter was in his 70s. Why are we talking about "young people" again? I supposed videogames are next?
If one side is sending robots to war, the other side will send their own robots against them. Has anyone figured out the game theory behind a war where both sides send robots instead of humans? It seems like it could be better than what we have now. I don't understand why we're so against the idea.