Damn it, Microsoft, we didn't need a new term for this. "Cadence"? They're just channels, the way Chrome and Firefox use them.
As I pointed out a few weeks ago, most implants with electronics or metal can be "hacked" by targeting them with microwaves. Sure, so can the human body but you don't need as much power to disable a possibly-life-sustaining electronic device as you to do cook flesh. Even metal parts will heat up (and cook adjacent living tissue) with less power than the human body.
However, if my heart is dying and I have a choice between getting an implantable artificial heart even knowing that I could be killed by someone armed with a microwave gun or dying waiting for a human donor, I'll take the artificial heart.
You're missing the point. This isn't about solving a problem, it's about using technology. It doesn't have to solve a problem so long as technology is involved.
Even better, you get to use a laser!
Sort of like the right's hysteria over Ebola. Less than 5K deaths on the entire planet and they panic, completely ignoring the 50K+ deaths from flu or the 30K+ roadway deaths which occur in this country every year.
I hope they put on Led II and crank "Whole Lotta Love" when they do it. Because #Grateful
You want to place people in power who will drive us even further to the right.
Understand that the right/left dichotomy is so much bugaboo.
Your side has been given >90% of what they have demanded of the federal government
False. Conservatives want to be emancipated from the "managed liberty" of Progress.
Just troll people with the question mark.
The current firmware update ships as a bootable ISO. Burn it to a CD/DVD (or a flash drive if you can work it out), hold down "option" at boot, and you'll be looking at a DOS prompt in no time. I verified this two days ago when I misread the firmware version on the website and downloaded an updater for the version I already had.
Uhhh...did everybody forget that Nokia still exists as a company? And that as part of the sale they are only barred from selling mobile devices for 3 years? Why in the hell would they want to build positive rep for a brand they will be most likely competing against in a few years?
Frankly the whole argument is moot anyway because you go into mobile stores and folks don't call it the "Nokia Lumia" anymore than they call it the "Samsung Galaxy" or "HTC Evo" its just the Lumia, Galaxy, and Evo. Working retail I deal with folks and phones all damned day (one of the new services I offer is loading Android ROMs,becoming quite popular here) and I can tell you nobody calls them the full name, they just call it by the model.