This is far from over. This was just the first skirmish in a war that is going to last for some time. I have the feeling that a number of politicians are going to be surprisingly well funded in the next election.
You're basically being paid to keep it private until patched. Brute Logic blew it.
Groupon is an Open Source shop, and their staff is quite aware of good practices.
Had Brute Logic not disclosed, I am sure a check would be on its way.
Actually I've had Seagate, WD (I wrote an article about a WD drive about ten years ago, it will be in Random Scribblings), Maxtor, and others, and I haven't been disappointed with any of them.
What is management of that power worth? What is spare capacity worth?
Instead of few to many, the grid has to become many to many. The equations for worth are going to become very complex.
Well crap, I got the wrong make
EU privacy laws. The US Government is at risk of losing safe harbour from the EU. If these companies did not locate somewhere in the EU, they would be at risk of being cut off from there customers. This is probably the greatest thing ever to happen to tech employment in Dublin.
I suspect they just need to tweak some PID loops at this point. I don't think throttling is an issue. Unlike the Lunar Lander, the target of the landing is a concrete point. Hovering should not be needed. Drop it on the spot, done.
Around the first of the year all three working computers were just about stuffed full, so I thought of sticking a spare drive in the Linux box, when the Linux box died from a hardware problem. It's too old to spend time and money on, so its drive is going in the XP box (which is, of course, not on the network; except sneakernet). I decided to break down and buy an external hard drive. I found what I was looking for in the "Seagate Personal Cloud". And here I thought the definition of "the clo
I got a 404...
All C code ends up as assembler, anyway. It just gets deleted, most of the time, before you see it.
Redundant Array of Inexpensive Cloud Storage.
Store redundant copies on as many providers as necessary to provide the integrity desired.
I can imagine sharing other loads on the evil book of faces. Automagically!
The current version on a 2012 Nexus 7 is 5.2. 5.0 was months ago.
I guess if I had an apartment at the CO that might work out well.
And probably even earlier. But, one thing that everyone seems to be ignoring is that AT&T, and I am sure many others, kept all its call records. It treats the data as an asset.