With the Privacy Guard settings per app you can block failbook from reading and/or sending SMS, among other options.
Get over yourself, it's been 40 years since that film was released and any attempt to Google for the word "soylent" will immediately suggest "soylent...green is people"
Dr Cleve Backster believed that plants demonstrated telepathic awareness and perceived human intentions.
Unsurprisingly, in the 45 years since Dr Backster published this, controlled experiments that have attempted to replicate Backster's findings have failed and the theory was not accepted since it did not follow the scientific method.
In Australia, there are an average of 1 deaths per year from Shark attacks
For comparison there are an average of 121 deaths per year from drowning at beaches, harbours and rivers.
Furthermore in 2010 217 people died as a result of an assault and 1,503 died as a result of a transport accident (706 car, 236 motorcycle, 227 pedestrian)
Does that put it in perspective?
How is the toxicity of a CFL any different to the fluorescent tubes that have been used in Schools, Hospitals, Offices, and public places for the past 50 years or more?
If the situation was reserved, say the customers received £19.99 Tearaway after ordering a £169.99 PS Vita, they would be fighting to return it.
The customers received an item that was worth more than what they paid, and are simply being greedy.
5 million businesses on Google for a start.
New MIT Camera Takes 3D Photos in the Dark? Nope... see TFA
“We didn’t invent a new laser or a new detector,” notes Kirmani. Instead, he explains, the team applied a new imaging algorithm that can be used with a standard, off-the-shelf photon detector.
Even with this technology the
Late in 2009 I had the opportunity to setup a brand new D-Link DAP 1522 access point and I discovered a telnet interface with hardcoded credentials in the firmware. I have never disclosed the vulnerability to the vendor or publicly. Four years later the issue is still there on most D-Link SOHO network devices.
I don't doubt the existence of this vulnerability, just the motives and timing behind disclosing publicly on this blog.
I was about to pen a witty reply when I realised the Internet had already delivered.
Is that a problem with the iPhone or is it the US Carriers being greedy?
Backwards in humans, but an improved design in cephalopods.
If you think humans were badly engineered then spare a thought for the birds. God gave them a cloaca.
In the standard A and B plugs the data pins are recessed compared to the power pins. Grab any standard cable and you can slide it in until the power makes contact, giving you charging without any data connection.
I've been doing this for years to charge a MP3 device without it being mounted by the host computer.
What else could be the reason for investing more than $400 on a smallish computing device?
There's no shortage of people willing to spend more than $400 for an iPad.
The convenience of a tablet device should not be underrated, though at that price you can get an ultra-light netbook or a fully fledged ultra-portable laptop.