That's not a "chamber". The correct name is "Dyson Sphere".
Bug closed. Works as designed.
Great. IP will NEVER enter the public domain.
Anthony, is that you?
No, the fan you put on the CPU blows the dust away.
...designed by Italian's after consuming a large batch of wine!
It's not illegal if there is nobody who will investigate it and nobody is ever charged.
No. AMD is afraid that someone at Nvidia, IBM, or elsewhere, will look through their open source code and see that they are violating one of Nvidia/IBM/whomever's patent, and sues them for not just the linux driver, that opens the door to discovery on all their other platforms as well.
Budget? I suppose we do a round of layoffs...
No, I get a proper, fully rendered page. Why is my CPU at 100%?
Yes, they are legally binding.
Unfortunately, there is no monitoring or enforcement mechanism, so effectively it is as if there are no conditions applied.
Well, I suppose some crazy guy at AT&T will read the document, and go "hey, we should be doing this", maybe try to actually implement some of the rules in his department and then be summarily fired. It's possible, but unlikely.
Also, whatever Amazon does to try to try and super-track what I am doing on my computer. I can always tell if an Amazon page is loaded, a CPU is pegged at 100% and every other tab will feel like my computer has just been dipped in cold molasses.
the uconnect can still display the settings just fine [I guess, potentially a rogue program could try to trick the user by displaying false data on the screen], but it shouldn't be allowed to control the settings.
And that's the rub, the extra couple of dollars for separate, completely independent buttons is too much...
Even that could be abused, as changing the suspension settings could result in a change in ride height, so a malicious program could order the suspension up and down repeatedly. And if you could do it at the harmonic frequency of the vehicle...
clearly, there is no problem then, because you have seen multiple bees at your home.