What else do they need all that nuclear equipment for? There are other ways to generate nuclear power without that kind of material.
Seems MS and Facebook should then make a mutual search deal. You gotta pool resources to compete with Google in search-land.
As much as I hate Microsoft for all the crap they've pulled over the years, Google should have competition. Without competition they'll become......well, like Microsoft.
No pilot to keep conscious.
Pilots black out anyhow when they see the bill
Yeah, the dinosaurs got a really good view of one.
Whaddya mean? They made me put in just about every screw and peg on a bookshelf I bought, not just the "last one". I wish it was only the last few.
Note they couldn't pack it into a flat box if they did much of the construction themselves.
And to add insult to injury, the JSF flier discovered he couldn't even comfortably move his head inside the radar-evading jet's cramped cockpit. "The helmet was too large for the space inside the canopy to adequately see behind the aircraft." That allowed the F-16 to sneak up on him.
The test pilot's report is the latest evidence of fundamental problems with the design of the F-35 — which, at a total program cost of more than a trillion dollars, is history's most expensive weapon.
Your tax dollars at work.
Link to Original Source
/Sarcasm "Naturally" they will move from the GTX 980 to GTY 100. Oh wait, you wanted something that makes sense
Zatko said on Monday that he had decided to leave Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects team and start a cyber UL, at the behest of the White House.
The new project will not be run out of the White House, Zatko said, and the specifics of the plan are not clear right now. But the fact that someone with Zatko’s experience, history, and respect in the security community is involved in the project lends immediate weight and potential to it.
You're the only person who thinks it's satire.
Preach it, brother.
Preaching is not "breakthrough persuasion technology". However, if somebody convinces the masses that "Jesus wants nuke plants", you may be on to something.
Find a gasoline stain that looks like Satan, post it on the Interwebs, and soon evangelicals will want alternatives. It works with toast and rusted grain silos.
How IKEA Patched Shellshock
By making the customers do most of it themselves.
Write it in a Babbage Analytical Engine simulator: the copyright has expired by now, and it's Turing Complete.
We really need a better term for "back-end developers", for what should be obvious reasons. Nerds have enough social cred problems as it is. Sometimes "server side" is used, but that doesn't quite cut it because some UI dev is also done on the server side in many cases.
I don't really understand your gripe. Slashdot covers many technology specialties. Very few article topics will fit the entire audience, and many will fit only a small subset. That's expected. I've seen embedded programming articles also, for example, which a web developer will typically not care about. Should web developers gripe about articles on embedding?
You seem to have a set of unstated assumptions about the domain of slashdot and the domain of its readers that doesn't match mine. Perhaps you are arguing there are too many articles related to web development compared to other domains. But web development is a large and growing domain such that it's a frequent area of change and growing pains, which is usually what "news for nerds" would cover. You don't see many articles on the COBOL language because it no longer changes very often, for example. That's not necessarily a bad thing; but it doesn't generate "news".