Except that if you actually go and find sources other than a sensationalist news article, you'll find several scientific studies that show that this is bullshit. Insulin production is triggered by the presence of glucose, and does not occur with the presence of aspartame even in high concentrations.
This is getting pretty weird. Windows Phone is now free, right? So if a phone maker builds WinPhones, do they pay Microsoft nothing for the same patents? Is that legal - to charge a patent royalty to device makers using somebody else's software - using no Microsoft code, while allowing makers of devices using Microsoft software to pay no software or patent fees?
Why would it not be legal - you can offer whatever licensing terms you like both on your own patents and on your own software.
What if you made the default password the date the system was turned on?
Then I as a thief would do some basic research into the date that that location opened for business and try 2-3 guesses close to that date before getting it bang on.
And at *that* point it's the user's fault. But not until the vendor stops shipping things with default passwords and not asking you to change it at first setup.
Which is why vendors shouldn't ship products with default passwords at all. Instead, they should require all users to set a password when the system is first installed.
That's fine, but the rest of society has no responsibility to provide you with education if you refuse to provide the rest of society with anything
Not quite as great, but there are beginning to be options for not crap, and not insanely priced electric cars. The VW eGolf and the Ford Focus both spring to mind - they both look just like normal every day cars, and are built to fairly reasonable quality standards.
My response is right-click -> inspect element -> backspace.
No, the point is that in order to use the dog, they need to have probable cause of another crime having been committed. There wasn't any probable cause here, so they couldn't use the dog (whether it took longer or not).
In the UK at least (not sure about the US on this part), at a traffic stop, the police absolutely are not allowed to search your car in any way, unless you give them permission, or they have reasonable suspicion of another crime having been committed.
Believe me, sub-million houses in the bay area are low income houses.
No, it looks just like any other PS4 game. That is... Not like a movie (yet).
The headline is just trying to grab clicks by lying.
That's odd, because Micron gives 1 year un-powered retention warranties on their TLC drives, even when worn.
Well duh... Did you really think that the SSD makers were targeting 1.4GB/s random read/write devices at making backups?
On the other hand, the smaller they make the nand, the more they can cram on a chip, and the more wear levelling they can do, so the more reliable it becomes.
Most blatant slashvertisment I've ever seen.