The Nest and EcoBee (the other one I was thinking of) use cloud connectivity to do everything. If you don't have internet access, you can't just have your android app and your Nest/EcoBee/Honeywell for residential on the same internal network and be able to make changes or pull data.
I've looked at the noncloud ones and will pay the extra money to have one that I can access and control entirely on my network. I have a Cisco ASA, and can make a VPN connection or expose the web interface on my terms if I want remote access.
I see zero reason why I should need to connect to someone else's website just to make changes to something that has the power to enable those changes directly.
I'm assuming the Nest and similar offerings from Honeywell don't have a web server onboard but instead expose an API. In that case, give me a locally run app that connects and manages it the same way as the cloud app does.
Because it wasn't about the truth, it was about winning the argument.
They knew that the feelings and controversy surrounding the bailout would fade and that the only thing that would hang around was the narrative that the government made money on the deal.
Now if someone brings it up, we'll hear about how "we" had to do something, that it was too long ago to bring up especially in light of more pressing current problems, etc.
I can't believe people are eschewing $80 advanced package cable bills, $50/mo premium channels, and the sleazy teaser rates that usually they come with.
I love that there's always a new bundle coming out that will save you money, only lasts for 3 or 6 months, and then goes up to a rate above the new bundle.
Either get stuck with a $170/mo bill for all the channels and internet, play the new bundle game every 3 months to save $30-50/mo, or just say "fuck it" and cut the cable way down and enjoy amazon prime, hulu, and netflix. I love that all together are cheaper than the cable services they replace.
CI? What case are you working on, and which detective is assigned to it?
Are the people using the phones paying for the Wifi antennas?
Sure. But the OP mentioned the ANTENNA, not the AP.
I would have a serious problem paying $600/antenna in addition to the 500-700 per AP.
I've found the Gillette Fusion (5 blade) works much better than the Gillette Mach 3.
When technology gets better, refarming will occur similar to what happened with the 700mhz band and digital TV
They are. They license the spectrum with use and build requirements. It becomes nearly permanent due to perpetuity.
Would any company spend millions or billions on a network if they couldn't renew in 10 years despite operating within the guidelines of the license (power, antenna, etc.)?
The ham and ISM bands are not up for auction and I'm aware of no movement to take away any spectrum from amateur users.
I do wish amateurs had privileges on more bands.
No spectrum is truly sold, it's all licensed in 5-10 year intervals and there are build requirements. A company or individual cannot license a frequency or block and just sit on it. If they don't notify the FCC that they've built out their station, their license will be revoked.
Any auction is for an exclusive use of that spectrum for a certain period of time. Obviously once you have it and are operating on it, it's easy to renew each period, so it can become virtually indefinite. BUT, abusing that license, stopping operation, etc. can result in it being revoked and the spectrum relicensed to someone else.
Sounds like called ghosting and is likely a problem with the keyboard itself or the way the emulator handles keystroke 'translation'.
With the former, you'll see a lot of high end keyboards talk about being '100% ghosting free' or something similar to mean that every key press will be registered no matter how many keys are simultaneously held down.
NO NO NO
Create a GUI in Visual Basic and track his IP.
I know, people should stick to the more socially acceptable expressions of their rights and not stray towards anything controversial.