That is A solution to the equation. To win the money, you need to prove conclusively that the conjecture is either true or false for ALL numbers that fall within the range.
If you're going to have the XBMC server (PlexApp, anyone) on your desktop, why bother with buying a whole PC for the TV? Just get a $50 Roku, connect it to PlexApp, and call it a day.
It makes perfect sense... Life originated in the Marianas Trench. Once one of the little fishies was strong enough to swim to the surface, he directed Titanic.
It's "boosting" by up to 10 times, which will equal up to 11.
From the article, around $1,000 each and only for high risk patients.
Still, they don't don't have to be worn every day... what kind of granularity do you want? You could wear it once a week and still be way ahead of the game.
Of course, that timeline depends on them discovering alien technology in 2019 and not destroying it until 2020.
This has been debunked.
Google pays a fee on every device they sell, cutting into their profit the same regardless of the quantity purchased.
Apple/Amazon have fixed costs for the stores, etc. Selling additional units lowers the per unit cost attributed to the store, etc... So greater quantity quickly increases the profit margin.
Apple can easily decompile the binaries. That's how they know if you're using private APIs.
I don't think the government knows what profit is.
"Leftover money? What's that????"
It's groundbreaking! Scientists have proved that people 5000 years ago had blood! Expect it to be in the newspaper headlines tomorrow morning...
Definitely... I was thinking about posting that link to a discussion I've been in on getting Siri to work in the corporate environment (firewall rules, etc.), but I didn't because the email address is associated with my dev account.
Paraphrasing the parent post:
In Soviet Russia, papers download you.
He did say he would shut down Gitmo on day one. Guess what? It's still open...