Well I mean, if you say you have an encrypted drive, you know the password, and the contents of the drive DO pertain to the case, you aren't incriminating yourself further to provide the key really. You have already plead guilty in a way, they just need the details.
You aren't really under arrest then.
While it is a general good policy, when it really applies is when you have been arrested.
Ya my current watch (Casio pathfinder http://i219.photobucket.com/al... ) is already pretty smart as far as watches go (has altimiter, barometer, compass) and half the face is a solar panel. I've not had to change a battery since I got it, and expect I wont for a long long long time.
Be nice if a smart watch could be rugged without being the size of a phone, and have solar or some kind of decent battery life. A month even would be nice.
To be fair, Upcoming "Star Citizen" will be using double precision floats to model its huge universe in proper detail.
That being said I still of course agree.
Pretty much no one expects email attachments to be encrypted.
iMessage was the example and they are certainly encrypted.
Now whether the NSA can't just backdoor in who knows, but on the face of it, they are.
O2 and Vodaphone appear to use LTE band 20 (SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L...) AT&T and Canadian carriers generally seem to use bands 4 and 17 (same source).
The iPhone 5s does all of those and more. Model A1533 (GSM)*: UMTS/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA (850, 900, 1700/2100, 1900, 2100 MHz); GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz); LTE (Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 13, 17, 19, 20, 25)
(Source: https://www.apple.com/iphone-5... )
I may be missing something but just buying an unlocked iPhone 5S from apple seems to give you all the LTE, HSPA, etc networks you could use in the UK and USA/Canada.
What he is describing is an optional feature that you have to turn on on your iDevice. Not sure if it is even on by default.
Check in your Settings>iMessage.
You have clearly never used a 3d printer. Even a commercial 100k$ one.
"Drivers will be able to use Apple Maps as in-car navigation"
Not sure how that compares to most in-car navigation, but Apple maps is still a pile of garbage. They maps are much harder to see than googles, the POI database is terrible, the routing is unusable, at least in small-town Canada.
Be interesting to see what they come up with but I sure hope it has an App store to switch out the maps.
Actually you are understating the difficulty of transmitting that power.
There are several big problems. One is real world rectennas are not that efficient. The best best lab condition ones with lower power are 90% but high power ones are quite a bit less, sometimes up to 75 percent or so.
The other massive loss is transmission loss. The basic formula is 32.45 + 20log(d) + 20log(f). Using the 1.32 TW estimate in this post: http://science.slashdot.org/co... and a rough 24ghz given in this page http://www.propagation.gatech.... we would have around 231 db. Considering you are starting with 121 dBW of power, you are left with -110dBW of power on earth not accounting for antenna gains.
Since a watt is 0dBW, we need 55db of dish gain on either side to get 1 watt and a gain of 115 to get the input power generation. At 24 GHz this is a 3 KILOMETER dish on either end. The largest parabolic on earth now is 0.3 km, so ten times that. Plus it would have to always point at the moon (how? No idea).
Plus You would lose your 50% or more since obviously the whole equator isn't facing the sun. Then the 50-70 from your rectenna loses.
I imagine a bunch of other stuff from other losses I havent taken into account (Convert to AC, line loss, whatever else) and I cant imagine this being feasable.
I actually found its not really like Cod at all.
There are similarities, like there would with any shooter. But there is parkour like running around (Like Assassins creed, but first person), jetpacks (due two these two, you have to think very vertically, or get killed very often), cloaks, "burn cards" which grant cool abilities, plus the obvious very large titans running around.
Yeah I really enjoyed the behind the scenes stuff of the BBC Planet earth showing the sharks catching the seals.
They aren't sure where/when/if it is going to happen, so catching the shots was tough.
They had a cool high speed camera that was always recording, and when they hit the button to get their slow-mo footage, the video camera recorded 2 seconds BEFORE and 2 after they pressed it, otherwise they would never have been able to get the whole event.
They are absolutely not geostationary. The whole reason your GPS needs time to 'lock' when you haven't used it in a while is it is downloading the orbital path(Ephemeris) data from the satellites themselves. Once it knows where they should be at which times exactly, it knows where it is relatively.
So basically, none of them are geostationary, unless you count ground based DGPS stations, that obviously don't move haha.
You don't actually have to replace the housing to get this though. The proper retrofits put a projector lens inside your current housing.
These for example are designed to be modified into stock housings: http://www.theretrofitsource.com/product_info.php?products_id=141
Also if you've seen a HID Xenon bulb, the ball inside that makes the light is bigger in almost every dimension as compared to a filament in a Halogen bulb. This is why the light tends to be a bit unfocused in a halogen housing without a projector, just the stock reflector. But even still most of the problem comes from the fact that they are just twice as bright. You see much of the same glare with a halogen installed it is just too dim to be annoying.
Yeah it is surprising how many people think there is no gravity in orbit.
Gravity is only reduced by roughly 10 percent at that distance from earth. The reason it seems like there is no gravity is you are always falling towards the earth. You just happen to keep missing !
Do a retrograde burn and you will stop missing quickly though.