How is Bitcoin artificially scarce? There is a technical limit to the amount that can exist. US Dollars would actually be closer to an artificially scarce investment.
Yep. It was never anonymous and it never claimed to be. This isn't news. Anyone concerned about their privacy was already relaying their transactions via another host.
On a PC with dual Nvidia Titans and an i7 no less.
People often seem to bring up world class athletes when criticizing BMI but these people are the absolute outliers. The vast majority of people are not like Mike Tyson in their physical build and as such BMI gives a reasonable indication of if they are at a healthy weight.
But that's the same thing as paying less when you are being tracked.
Well please explain then. I thought Docker was LXC based. Does Windows Server's kernel have something like LXC built in?
It doesn't really matter that "gamers" is in quotes. The majority of Intel's direct customers self-identify as "gamers". Just because the article attempts to redefine "gamers" to only include people who fit the negative stereotype doesn't make it any less insulting.
If that becomes a serious issue then it's the airlines job to decide whether to ban it or not. I'm glad they have finally scrapped the bullshit safety regulations so that we can at least have the discussion as to whether making phone calls on flights is ok. I suspect it wont be a problem for most of the time. I rarely have similar issues with trains, which people are perfectly free to use a mobile phone on.
TrueCrypt already has (or had, since it was shut down) support for doing exactly that.
"Apple can patch iMessage to handle this and then there's little work involved for the customers at all." Please, go ahead and explain what the fix for this is because apparently the engineers at Apple with all their fancy computer science degrees are unable to figure it out. Aside from the 45 day phone number deletion time that is already in place, what would you change?
It's never labelled as SMS, it's labelled as Messages. Apple simply chooses to deliver these messages over the best medium possible for the highest number of people. This is entirely the fault of users. There is no technical fix for this, the only mitigation would be to make the automatic deregistration time shorter which has its own problems.
Will we be asked to install the Ask Toolbar every time we plug in an Ethernet cable too?
Except constitutional free speech only applies to the government. YouTube can prevent you from saying whatever they want.
Did you even read the TechCrunch article? They are clearly not similar at all.
ISPs often have local monopolies that don't apply to car manufacturers.