US probably has an agreement with Maldives.
It's called the Kyoto protocol. US keeps promising to sign (leaving government-less Somalia as the final non-signatory) if Maldives grants them one last favor.
On the flip side, taxi drivers have many more hours behind the wheel [aka sleep deprivation]. I thinks it's fair to say that there are many factors which contribute to both raise and lower a taxi's risk of getting into an accident.
So far we've only come up with factors that raise the risk. What are the factors that lower it?
Yeah, really. So is that Boston Red Line car length or Boston Blue Line car length. London Underground Circle Line car length perhaps? BART car length?
Quit being so pedantic. It's obvious that they meant one of these.
I'd think that any company selling Android based mobile phone, tablet or other Linux based device built from GPL code they received directly from Qualcomm would have good standing to take this to court. End users not so much.
Maybe Qualcomm really have made the decision that they only want their chips used in Windows Phone devices from now on, because this is the signal they are sending to manufacturers that rely on their hardware support for Linux and Android with this move.
I though driving by an open hotspot on the highway was enough time to use it.
Only with 802.11p which allows data transfer without associating to the access point, and maybe the still under development 802.11ai, which aims to speed up the time required for association to under 100ms.
So dude doesn't want his name's first search result to be an over-hyped headline.
I don't know if it was the first search result (I am well outside the EU, but don't see it anywhere in the first 5 pages, so maybe Google's takedown was wider than TFS suggests), but based on what I did see, he's got his work cut out recovering his reputation this way - there are similar articles in NYT, Time, WSJ and pretty much every other major news source outside the jurisdiction of the EU dominating at least the first five pages of results.
Now, knowing this I'll be sure not to hire him
That's OK, he doesn't need to work for you any more, his life is fulfilled now that he's met Barbara Streisand in person. Apparently they had so much in common.