That is all.
"Gigabit Pro will be available to any home within close proximity of Comcast’s fiber network and will require an installation of professional-grade equipment."
The starkest problem is that no one knows how to reconnect spinal nerves and make them work again
"A child could do it" -- Leonard McCoy
The dial-up that I used did not have limits.
I'm going to assume here that was after 1982, when AT&T was broken up. Before that time there was only measured service (folks of a certain age will remember the Kafkaesque hell that was "message units". Unlimited local calling is a recent invention, and had the unfortunate timing to be introduced about the same time as the Hayes modem.
Those animals piss and shit those drugs where it eventually ends up in the water supply.
The difference between industrial agriculture and pharma factories in India/China is that agriculture pays for the drugs.
It would be hard to be taken seriously as a cyber superpower if one strike could sever your connection to the internet. This is just redundancy.
A floatation device doesn't have to support weight, it has to be buoyant, which isn't the same thing.
The blades (ducted fans, actually) can be guarded with mesh, the batteries can be designed and sized for one-time use.
Using naturally buoyant foam is simpler than an inflatable. Even if the drone fails, it will float.
But then they rolled over for India, of all places, trading backdoors for market share.
The security niche might have given them the breathing space to hold on, but when that was gone, it removed the only cogent argument for corporations to not buy iPhones instead.
However, the fact that all the drives far exceeded their endurance specifications bodes well for the endurance of consumer-grade SSDs in general.
No, I think it means that the first ones were over-engineered, and the next generation will meet their stated MTBF number to within 1 standard deviation.