I stay silent. A real person will speak. A robo-caller will dump the call and hopefully mark it as a dead line. It works for most of the calls we get where they don't connect the meat until they know they've got a live prospect.
It's likely because the Radar is active and requires the police to transmit thus reaching into the dwelling. Passive like thermal just requires them to sit outside and watch. Some lawyer is making money out of this.
Good open-plan uses more space than closed. You need to put space between the pods for noise reduction and traffic flow as there's no pre-defined 'corridors'. You also have to add space for break-out areas and extra meeting-rooms. You won't win on real-estate.
They use mobile cameras here, moved a couple of times a day. At one point they had to put a cop with the camera so charges would hold up. They changed the laws and an approved tech can sit with the camera now.
Exactly, MS are already covering these with Intune. Given the BYOD (Support your own crap) fad, they're already looking after non domain-joined devices running multiple OSes. Apple and Google don't need to get on board.
I'll be happy if it drops below 25 by midnight. Dropping to 19 means sealing the house and cranking the AC to 11. Then again, we have a cool change, 39 today and 29 tomorrow. A low of 18 should let things cool down overnight.
Immersive IE, the metro/ modern / Windows 8 store style Windows app version is slated to go away in Windows 10, so there'll only be two browsers. Given MS and their complete inability to name things I expect the difference will be IE / IE for business or IE / IE Express but I probably need more coffee to get more confusing.
I'd say Linux is the most used OS, specifically the Android distribution. Ignoring that, variety is good as long as people stick to standards. Microsoft is no longer the clear number one, so they have to play along as well. Even they don't insist on Windows these days. Look at the supported platforms for Office.