This story reminded me of this... for some strange reason. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YOh-rpvjYg
I only read the synopsis... did they get directed to an adult website without pop-up blocker enabled?
It's the OJ principle... murder someone, go free... steal something, go to jail!
dieOS 8 is my guess
Green laser pointers in the pilots' eyes?
I saw a video on how to properly use a safety razor... does it really take 30 minutes to an hour to shave your face (and head for me) with one? There seemed to be several steps, and then you had to repeat till all hair was gone, etc... I whiz through a full head shave in about 10 minutes now with my 5-blade...
Beware of psychopaths wearing correctly positioned hats... their switch is off!
Sorry, he meant jalapeño subs... hope he didn't offend you.
It sounded like, from the article, the Model S had a replaceable battery pack, and you would simply replace that at a station like a propane cylinder, rather than actually charge it... that was Tesla's marketing ploy on the video at the auto show. They showed 2 Model S vehicles having the pack replaced in the time that it took to fill an Audi with 20 gallons of gas. My probably with that is this. What is the cost of a replacement battery pack? Also, the packs are said to get 300 miles, but that's with extended-range mode enabled which is apparently not recommended for day-to-day use, and it also means no AC or heat. In tests done by third parties, they saw 200-220 mile ranges on a pack without extended-range enabled, and that dropped to around 180 miles with heat on in the winter or AC enabled. I'm going to go ahead and guess whatever model of Audi they showed, probably gets at least 300 and more likely 400 miles on a 20 gallon fill-up... so, you can change a battery in half the time, but you have to do it twice as often... doesn't seem like a benefit to me. The caveat being, battery tech gets better all the time, so eventually it may be better... then again, gas engines are getting more and more economical as well.
Yeah, if you use Android mail with Exchange 2010, you have to accept the policy agreement that they can now remote wipe your phone... hopefully that won't be used against you, and only if you lose your phone, but then again, I've seen it used a lot in cases where employees get fired, be it for a good reason or due to corporate politics, and they had their phones wiped the same day... there go your contacts, your email, your pictures, all of it. The software also allows them to remote lock your phone or disable features like the camera. Might be time to get a second device.
...idiot like a fox! Wait, that's not how that goes...
I have a PC from 2003 that wanted me to offer a rebuttal... because it is way faster than the latest smartphone, has 2GB of RAM, hardware accelerated video playback (albeit, from a video card from less than a decade ago... but let's see you upgrade the video on your phone in 5 years)... the all those other features could be had as add-ons, assuming they are relevant to the platform.
Ahh, this was my first thought as well... you see it in government, you see it in court, you see it everywhere... and there's not much we can do to stop it. By the time anyone gets to a position of adequate power where they can make change for good, they have already been corrupted by the power they have been building.
It's the clouds you have to worry about. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmFKioFazho
I play Mechwarrior Online with a Phenom II x4 965 which is ~ first gen i5 of similar speed and it works fine with a Radeon HD 7850 factory OCed video card. Perhaps something else was throwing undue strain on your CPU... I believe the 7850 is about the same performance wise, as the 6950/6970.