Nokia had there own connectors for years, the B+N nook has it's own connector, it just one of those things. I think it's more important to have a single USB charger.
But it worked for Ironman.
It's a bad example, you can see who you are following, metadata is blind, it does not know anything about the specific person, it just indicates patterns.
And a little salt
Feels a little faster in some areas like web browsing, generally about the same, but I prefer the old UI.
Washing machines and driers? They spin...
Apple TV mirrors your desktop, so you can do on the TV what you can do on the mac. Macosx maverick will use use Apple TV as a second desktop, menu bar and all, so Sony get a PS4 extension, well done!
Ok, hands up who thought of posting the same quote! o/
The USA didn't give a poop about Dr. Who until 'recently'. It isn't a lame show made in the US with nice PC characters. Dr.Who can kill, lie, and deceive, and make monumental blunders. If it was written in the US he'd be nice and strong. He is male, and regenerates as a male, to regenerate as a female would mean a gender change, just to please a small whiny few. OFFS! The US networks kill good Si-Fi so leave the rest of us alone.(Firefly).
After reading the comments, I have switched off MAC filtering on my WPA2 router as it would be useless in a real attack, thanks guys, good job.
Many people get this far with Gauss gun, then the exponential power requirements kick in and you see why only big companies continue development. The theory is good, but it's Hollywood science when it comed down to physical size.
Factor in the average households inability to set up an email account without help, the chances that the average family would find it easy to print what they need is not for this generation. I would see a business model more like the photo printing services, good quality, expensive machines doing print to order stuff. Why would you waste your time printing a curtain ring?
This is just a story about 2 stores, and my guess is that it's about paranoid managers who have lost stock in the past. No news here.
What about Dell and HP? All made in China, all used by big government. Ah! HP and Dell are US companies, so that's OK.