China already builds spyworthy Cisco networking gear, why would they have to ask Apple for access?
i had classes with 60-200 students at a name-brand private university. must be nice to have 9 participants with webcams aimed at their faces, so nobody can get away with reading the newspaper during class.
Ballmer was a wizard at making money by cranking up licensing, and losing money on hardware (RROD anyone?)
well if you're looking for a biometric that stops working when you're dead, then a penis size based reader would be the perfect choice.
If DARPA doesn't like passwords, they shouldn't use them. But that shouldn't have any bearing on us puny civilians.
Let's oxygenate the water by building floating roombas that circulate air into the water, like tiny fountains.
not me. put one on every block for all i care
because Verizon sucks. as does AT&T, Comcast, and all the big ISP/cellular carriers.
A successful terrorist doesn't necessarily need to join a club. Look at the villains our vast comic-book history: they're almost all scarier when they act alone and not as part of some terror franchise.
not with a native from India at the helm.
Nadella is a puppet as long as Gates and Ballmer on on the board of directors. And I'm not sure Bill would have allowed a true renegade to take over the CEO position anyway.
Instead, I recommend that drugs be tested on Pharmaceutical company CEOs. I liked it so much, I bought the company. Or the farm.
authors of books on CD aren't being compensated in this frivolous lawsuit. plus they're assuming Ford and GM owners are guilty without showing any credible evidence that a single user is responsible for ripping content illegally. and how many songs fit on a hard drive? i bet dollars to donuts that most of the included hard disks are over 50% empty.
it's silly for the state to jump in and spend so much time, effort, and money on what is essentially a failure of business to demonstrate to people that their content is worth purchasing. free market rules, y'all
pretty terrible comment there. but if he was African american, then that explains his name. there's a whole chapter on that in Freakonomics.