MS can sell data to anyone they want, including USG. If they win this, then they can charge USG a much higher price for access than the 'reasonable costs' for responding to a court order.
Please explain your last sentence.
The average (presumably meaning mean) tumour size is completely irrelevant. What would be useful would be a chart showing individual tumour size. If weighted toward the small size, the cancers are more likely to have been initiated by recent events, e.g. the fallout.
Also, my understanding is that that the ultrasound should be able to identify tissue mass discrepancies down to 2mm dia. Again, small tumours are where the interest lies. So why not?
After reading TFA, it appears that the author thinks that 'transparent' means clear to the eye, as opposed to tinted. It's a measure of how much of the desired spectrum passes through, i.e. the transmissivity.
"Completely transparent" means 100% transmissivity. Sorry mate, not available.
Besides, TFA describes the action as deliberate internal reflection of some incident light to the sides, so the transparency has gotta be worse than the intrinsic material, since some light is forced to not pass through.
A useful discussion would have been the tradeoff between window transmissivity and power per unit area...
..but in 30 years. Meanwhile, the toaster manufacturer needs Granny to be able to but and use it without explicitly pluuging in a network or configuring anything.
So IOT devices will have to have wifi sneak capabilities, always trying to establish a wifi connection. They can continually try to crack encrypted wifis.
It will be an interesting household with a few dozen nodes continually spamming the aether trying for connection.
I expect you are being ironic, but actually the problem I have observed is managers expecting to get hold of employees 24/7, so initiating the phone call.
So either the preferred apps advise Verzon their continual data usage, so Verzon is doing DPI. Great, just what I wanted.
Just curious, but have you ever actually read a 'chinese news media report'? I certainly haven't. I suspect your comment is merely your nationalistic prejudice rearing up defensively.
IMHO, it's western governments that publish spin (i.e. lie, or mislead, or obfuscate). The (ex-)communist countries simply don't allow anything to be published about politically controversial issues.
...was in Dogma, so 'first starring role'??
You're on the train to nowhere...
...I've seen very, very few African Americans in the 4 semiconductor companies I've worked at in the SF Bay Area, and barely more at Freescale in AZ.
Another curiosity to me is the high proportion of Vietnamese American PEs and TEs.
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"They'll look like two separate networks and they'll act like two separate networks," Nagel said. "Any use on the public side doesn't impact the private side."
Translation: You may wish to opt out.
With so many tech companies basing their operations in Texas, on wonders how you can find enough workers with critical reasoning skills."
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With US based commercial software they can compel the vendor to hand over the code, as pretty much all of the major vendors have already done.
Citations for that claim?