No, I don't but thanks for the snark. On you it's fucking cute.
Obama's views on nuclear weapons are shaped by the 'neo realists' of Dr Ken Waltz. And Waltz believed proliferation was a GOOD thing not a bad thing, that the MORE countries have atomic weapons the MORE stable the world is. Waltz, and his acolytes Walt and Mearscheimer have Obama's ear on this topic more than any other advisers. This is why Obama quietly doesn't really worry about Iran. He would like to see them acquire The Bomb.
To the 10 or 15% who are early adopters maybe. To everyone else, no. Doesn't matter never mattered never will. And for what it's worth most carriers tweak their images so much they eat up all performance variables with their shit code and bloatware. Moreover, if you're a Sprint customer, you don't have a network unless you're on WiFi, so performance is meaningless bullshit anyway.
Because America is not a country that hires Comp Sci PhD's. In fact it NEVER was.
They are air superiority fighters and as such carry air to air missiles or air to ground missiles typically against radar installations. F-22's don't have external hardpoints so there's nowhere to hang bombs from and the internal bays are specifically designed around the missiles they carry.
So that's a waste of effort.
someone publishes a study that says weed does more or less the same thing and 10 million stoners jump up and shout 'science is fucking bullshit, man'
And fuck being able to actually prove the provenance of any legal document.
Taxes fix anything
Yes, yes I have. But thank you for being a precious snarky asshole.
Cities don't give a ratfuck if your neighbors are pissed off. All they worry about is the tax. 14%? That's a steal compared to some places. That will of course double soon.
NFC has never caught on being freely available. It won't be adopted with even tighter restrictions. Sorry by NFC is a failure that was never articulated honestly or clearly, never implemented widely and so we don't know how or if it will work or what happens when it goes wrong.
They SHOULD compete with supercars. No one, ultimately, is going to be able to compete with Ford or GM if they ever actually decide to make electric cars with the same seriousness they devote to building trucks.
The application development shop management didn't feel it was a productive use of anyone's time to have to go home and sleep and eat, reproduce and what not. So they brought in cots and all the comforts of home so no one had to bother with that. While they don't do development, Gartner does that too. Hire valets and such to do all the living stuff for you so you don't have take yourself away from work.
They need to make a $200,000 Tesla with the best possible performance and every bell and whistle they can think of.