You forgot to point out that most browsers don't interpret these days but JIT compile.
And in the rare case the right guy is voted in for President, the Ido's elected to the house/senate will block every bill passed anyway.
Urm, if they had that kind of radio equipment a standard mayday call on marine VHF channel 16 (156.8MHz) FM is all that is needed.
At the moment, cause they are covered by current laws which apply the same for words on paper as bits on a hard drive. But they keep trying to write a law that exempts it if it is stored on computers.
Okay, so it's a preprogrammed processor then? Though I wouldn't be surprised if there aren't a few that are running on generic AVR or PIC processors. You do know to reprogram ENIAC1 or Colossus they had to rewire them from scratch.
While I haven't read the article.
Today everything in life requires a computer, to take money out of the bank, going up the elevator, walk through the automatic shop doors, the cctv recording every move in the shop, the alarm system, the opening of the cash register. What's more I'm carrying my smart phone, a credit card.... So far in about 5 minutes and I already can't count how many computers have been involved.
No, the surprising thing is that the idiotic governments see this as any different to a security guard being sat there and manually writing down a list of people passing him, the guy at the cash register maintaining a list of everyone he served at the counter. They need a warrant to take that list, they think just cause it's a computer rather than a human recording the information a warrant can be ignored!
Unfortunately they need to do this else accounts.google.com session cookie is not going to work on mail.google.com, drive.google.com.... How do you distinguish third party cookies from valid cross domain authentication systems.
Excel technically is an accounting program, spreadsheets were first created to do double entry book keeping.
It's better than most the other uses I've seen for it, like excel based databases.
Maybe you should look up SSL stripping attacks, and then there is just sniffing the session cookies out of the air, please see firesheep for a tool designed to do this.
Just to add to that, all virtual machines running on a x86_64 host have to support it as an x86 cpu always starts in 16bit mode until a mode switch is called, therefore the bootloader must always start with 16bit code. I'd imagine modern bootloaders call a mode switch fairly early, but until that operation has happened, they are 16bit.
Not necessarily, but you need hardware virtualization or emulation to do that, the second hardware virtualized CPU is running in 32bit mode.
Not to mention, it's just as much a limitation of x86_64 architecture as to why it's not included. Once the CPU is put into 64bit mode, it only has enough registers for 64bit and 32bit applications.
No it's not, but read the android SDK docs. Google have provided thorough instructions for enabling it, and details of the caveats.
I never said it was perfect, but then give me any application that is. Just said it was available.
Actually, hardware accelerated graphics is available in the Android SDK emulator, it's still marked experimental and has a few caveats, but is available (since SDK tools 17).