Somehow I got past the "typing and MS Office" class. I don't know what my life would've been if I was forced into those instead of being able to try out the cool stuff instead.
118 million in Mexico, 38 million in the US, and an insignificant number in Canada (under a half million, apparently). 156 million out of a population of some 530 million is about 30%. 70% isn't "almost all". It's "most". Big difference there.
Dieses Video ist in Deutschland leider nicht verfÃ¼gbar, da es mÃglicherweise Musik enthÃlt, fÃ¼r die die erforderlichen Musikrechte von der GEMA nicht eingerÃumt wurden.
Unfortunately, this video is not available in Germany, because it possibly contains music for which the necessary music rights weren't granted by GEMA. (My own translation, although a native German speaker would be better).
It seems like the English that was previously posted matches the meaning very closely (IMO).
Additional impulse radar systems are being manufactured in quantity for automotive applications (blind spot detection, parking aids, etc), but details on these are not easy to find unless you directly engage the manufacturers. Manufacturers of automotive radar equipment include, Delphi, Continental, TRW, Bosch, Denso, and Autoliv.
Some vehicles may use sonar. The article claims that at least come manufacturers are using a form of radar.
Google's main point to legislators is that regulation would be premature because Google Glass is not yet widely available
It seems like that's the perfect reason to nip the issue in the bud. If you wait to include Glass and such in distracted driving laws, you may increase cultural resistance to the law since people will have started to expect that driving with their wearable display device should be no problem.
Do you really think people should be trusted with that in your workplace?
Not particularly, but I understand that they want to know all of the activity on their network and don't want the increasingly prevalant use of encrypted connections to stop that. If an employee in the (rather large) company is doing something illegal and it's traced back to the corporate network, the company wants a CYA option. As a second point, they don't like sites that tend to be high-bandwidth. For myself, if I need to do something like online banking during a break, I usually bring my laptop and tether to my phone.