GOTO is evil
The "do no evil" is how about Google deal with its users, not with the competition, in this case IPhone from Apple.
Who doesn't remember that Christmas special? Can't be worse than that.
Those people really lack diplomacy, freedom is not seem the same way everywhere in the world which makes the use of that word to have different meanings.
I don't see the US supporting the freedom in the internet to selling illegal drugs, sending spam, prostitution, DMCA,
Likewise is totally acceptable that other countries impose restrictions to Internet use where there is concern to that community, like to pornography until issues of age checking and privacy are addressed.
Surely China's censorship is outrageous but US needs to make a point: What exactly are you talking about? How that compares to others country sovereignty and general laws?
This kind of "freedom speech" is just for the internal audience.
Would Google leave if they were winning the game? Surely not, Communist Party support to Baidu is working as expected.
Just add google-analytics.com and others to your host file, pointing to localhost
If this study is confirmed it should also prove that cellphones DOES affect the brain. You may not get Alzheimer but, it can, temporally or definitive, affects how your brain works. Like making bad decisions while using your cell phone or get some kind of dementia.
For a 3D TV to work properly you should use it in a dark room (with dark walls) and preferably with a big screen otherwise you'll get insane headaches.
That's because otherwise you'll perceive not just the TV flipping but the whole environment around it and your body is not just used to that.
They should release just 3D glasses with lcd (oled) monitors within the glasses, that would be much cheaper and practical.
It's also better to expect the 240Hz TVs that are scheduled to release.
It doesn't merge results from a same website.
What first impress me is the huge amount of ads in the search results. Searching for "sql server" I can only see two real results before having to scroll the page and is hard to distinguish the ads on the top of the page, from the real results.
The weak explanation seems to be a great exercise in circular logic "Had we failed to update the service automatically, users would not have been able to successfully check for updates and, in turn, users would not have had updates installed automatically or received expected notifications." News.com is reporting that all of the updated files on both XP and Vista appears to be in windows update itself. This is information that was independently uncovered by users and still not released by Microsoft.
More interestingly could this be construed as a hacking of Windows users' systems? Does the EULA specify that Microsoft has the right to silently break into my machine, change components of the operating system and ignore any settings that explicitly prohibit this sort of behavior? Seems like a good argument could be made for Microsoft breaking into a system without the users' permission.
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