I think it's pretty clear that this isn't going to go well for Brown. They'll get nothing but bad publicity from this, so why on earth was this lawyer allowed to write a C&D letter? He should have at least checked first with Brown's marketing department - or any department - if it's okay to threaten a small business that's popular with students for no gain to the the university.
But the lenses in your eyes will still be focusing an image from the TV screen. The image is generated by the flat plane of the screen, therefore you need to focus on a flat plane even when the 3D effect makes you think there's a variety of distances in front of you. It's no different to a cinema screen.
This sensor would be fantastic for microscopy. The current range of "scientific" cameras are woefully under-specced even compared to consumer DSLRs (tiny sensors, small pixels, high noise level even with peltier cooling). Canon can eliminate Leica from that market with a product like this.
Yes, but then you would need special lenses. This sensor works with 35mm (full-frame) lenses.
I can see you're a master debater.
The patent on the use of glyphosate-resistant GM crops.
Of course, but that superpower would also need the desire to enforce ownership. There's just no incentive when they can just encourage Chinese or US mining companies to do the dirty work.
Yes it's ratified, and how is the number of spaceships relevant to the question of mining rights?
Exactly, but it's still only worth $195b if someone is willing to pay that. The annual budget of NASA is $16b and I doubt they're going to spend every cent they get on space minerals.
The outer space treaty says that nations can't "claim ownership" of space bodies and they can't use them for weapons testing. But AFAIK that doesn't prohibit commercial exploitation of an asteroid. Whoever can catch it and start mining it has a pretty good claim to it. Who's going to stop them? And for what purpose?
A legal battle would arise if another company tried mining the same asteroid. They'd need to set up a way of staking a claim. But we're not nearly at that stage yet.
See also: "ghost expert"
Android doesn't use 3G if it's connected to a wifi network, regardless of whether the wifi connection works. That's the problem.
The AC's opinion is that Yatse sucks despite it doing exactly what it's advertised to do, ie, controls XBMC over a lan using the HTTP api.
Yatse displays the XBMC media library on your tablet and lets you control playlists, etc. Try doing that with bluetooth.
Seconded. Yatse works great on both my phone and tablet and I prefer using it over my bluetooth mini keyboard.
We did have something new and great, but then Fox cancelled it.