So the Texas auto dealers bought a law keeping Tesla out of Texas, for about the price of 4 Teslas?? Are we ashamed of the lack of campaign finance regulations, or how cheap it is to buy votes?
The problem with "Global Warming" is the marketing the term itself carries. It sounds so nice and cuddly: "Won't it be great to sunbathe in Antarctica once those pesky penguins are gone?" Also science denying dolts point to every unseasonably cool breeze (or, blizzards in April) as proof "warming" doesn't exist. But speaking of marketing, perhaps the science deniers should start to call themselves "Carbon Freedom Fighters!"
Appropriate naming. > Microsoft also plans to preview the update called 'Windows Blue' in June.
The legit question is: will I be able to continue to learn faster than a programming robot will advance and eventually replace me? The truth is that the programming robot will learn at an exponential rate, so there will likely be little difference between having 2 years of experience or 20 by the time the robot surpasses your ability. Perhaps the 20-year-programmer will have an extra day or two to try and hack into the robot, and likely that extra experience will help with that goal. But all programmers will eventually be replaced by the robot. Then, at long last, the hardware engineers can again gloat.
You might think stopping elevators or turning off server-room cooling would be the most dangerous hacks, but the real nightmare: Every coffee is decaf!
And some might suggest that parade day would be a good time to invade, but wooden warheads can give you a nasty splinter.
Is it always the fault of the business partner? If only there was a recent precedent which shows that Cisco not only charges a premium, but an absurd premium, which can be on the back of the American tax payer. Of course there is such evidence. Fortunately the CSU system did their homework and saved $100 million and didn't get Ciscoed. (Apart from San Jose State, which clearly isn't known for its business school.)
"The BlackBerry Runtime for Android Apps supports Android 2.3.3 applications" and this should speed-up the number of available apps for BB. Android 2.3.3 features that aren't supported are listed here.
What will I do with the excess memory if plugin-container.exe doesn't get out of hand anymore? Or perhaps we'll see a new big process: plugin-container-container
Meanwhile, Microsoft is offering a free copy of Windows 8 to anyone who cracks Windows 8. Accounting for pi percent of their anemic sales.