My favorite variation is: "I'll believe corporations are people when one comes home from Afghanistan in a body bag."
Somebody never had a Galaxy Nexus on Verizon.
Worst phone experience ever. All parties involved should be ashamed.
True, but if the police have you, and you refuse to unlock the phone (and Apple says they cannot), I suspect they can get your fingerprint pretty easily.
I believe this is correct.
I've not run into a limit, not sure what it is.
I have no doubt most people's are very hackable.
Mine is a 15 character complex password.
Well, and a thumbprint, which I suspect is the more likely attack vector.
And the US Tea Party is taking notes.
Better get some for Houston too
"Houston police shot to death a double amputee in a wheelchair who they said was trying to stab an officer with a pen."
You can't make this shit up.
Oddly enough I wasn't given an actual name for the process & this (Arizona) is apparently the 1st system in the US to try this out on a large scale basis.
It's for both, the distribution to the cabinets will be fiber as well, but not necessarily using existing coax.
You need to call your local Public Utility Commission & complain. It's the only thing that can force a regional monopoly to get off of their ass & do something.
I'm currently working on a project for Cox Communications in which they are chemically dissolving the foam inside of the coaxial cable conduit & then air blowing fiber through the newly created space inside the conduit. Pretty cool stuff. This avoids the costs associated with permitting, digging new trench & burying separate fiber conduit & they can use the DWDM hardware they already have on hand instead of buying new systems like this.
Personally I love my Buffalo routers running DD-WRT. I'm pretty sure you can run Tomato on them too, but I thought it wasn't maintained anymore.