Trackballs were on the side. Usually at the right corner near the screen.
What? I take at least three tries to get an USB plug orientation right - and that after looking what's right beforehand, if not, expect at least five.
Both of these have the same cause: you can get a low-end Android device, but not a low-end iDevice.
Yet, there are more high-end Android devices out there than "single sized" iDevices. If they buy just as much, Android should get the biggest share.
SOME correlation does not require exraordinary evidence. In fact, I quite expect it. That correlation reported here does require extraordinary evidence.
If you're trying to advertise and encourage people to buy stuff, it makes sense to know who's going to buy things and how they're willing to buy them.
Is that because you'll want to optimize your sales to those other people that aren't converting?
Because that's the only action that makes any sense. The hypotesis that people's preference of phone model has that huge correlation on willingness to buy anything requires extraordinary evidence, and people pushing for it with just this study can not be serious.
HDD and tape do not use electric charge. They use spin orientation, what is much more stable, and self sustaining. Flash do use charges, and optical disk, chemical reactions. Theoreticaly, spin orientation is the most stable of those options.
By the way, where is the phase change memory IBM was promissing us 15 years ago? Moving atoms full nanometers from their original position... that would be stable.
I'd say that my inability to follow directions is one of my most appreciated qualities in my workplace.
Well, let me call bulshit, not exactly over your points, but over the entire thread.
The specialist you choosed to hire simply does not exist, because no other place use the same set of utilities that you use. When you post those requisites, you'll simply flter the liars and people that think they know everything. The benefit you get for hiring the generalist is that you got a person that can actualy do the work.
The generalist that is now specialized at working in your company can't use his education for getting into a better job, because the trainning he did was specific for your place and does not apply anywhere else. No other place uses the exact same set of utilities that you use. That does not mean that he won't live for a better salary - he will, because once you hire him you'll refuse to correct his salary for inflation and seniority, assuring the result.
The proper unit for energy measurement is kg/c^2.
This video is not available in my country. It's a fucking database of movie names and descriptions! I guess sane laws are not available in some countries.
One can count on ISO to settle any pedantism contest.
Yep, there is a trail, or (as somebody else already said) more specifically a tree, with all branches nearly parallel.
Yep, my impression is that the judge assumed that the appeals court is the right place to hear Samsung's defense, sort if the law actually applies, and look at the facts.
And that's assuming the patents stand up long enough for the checks to get written, something I understand may not happen as the patents themselves are facing invalidation.
Last news I have (from the time GrockLaw still existed), most of the patents were already invalidated - but the judge decided that this small fact shouldn't change the veredict.
The GP was certainly talking about the distribution of the icons on a grid. NOBODY ever tried to distribute icons on a grid.
Apple was even nice enough to restrict their patent into colored icons, letting the entire set of phones with black and white screens (that's because nobody tought about a color screen before Apple - NOBODY) copy their completely new idea.
I thought they just explained laws to anyone who was curious, didn't make a whole lot of sense why they needed secrecy for that
No, you are not seeing the big picture. GL more than once gathered (and published) evidence of wrongdoing of well connected people. The entire point of mass surveilance is punishing such kind of behaviour.