My bet is that the actual investigation targets "who got this data" rather than "who does this data show cheated on their taxes". Mark my words, it'll be along the lines of "we can't use this data in court, so we HAVE to find out the source, so we can have them testify", only when the source comes forward, they'll find themselves jailed and the tax evaders will either never get prosecuted or make a sweethart deal.
Since ipad users are missing Office, we can expect to see a return of Office for Mac(now iOS)?
"What's the point of a warrantless wiretap if we have to go to court to get compliance?"
Surprisingly, much of the US Navy's job is to advertise, cf the Great White Fleet and various other show the flag exercises, it's just this time the shipbuilder foolishly thinks that the advertising being done is "buy our stuff" and not "do you REALLY want to mess with us?" I'd not be surprised if the Freedom hasn't already got orders for the North China Sea to "advertise" to the DPRK and is just taking Liberty Call to replenish and resupply before they go.
Anyone want to bet that Microsoft will price themselves right out of the $200 atom market? I'm betting that $200 will be right about the price point for just the OS, so unless Intel wants to give away their atom touchscreen lappies, they'll remain android, or possibly get a linux option.
Somehow, this doesn't surprise me in the slightest
You know, I was mostly joking, but jebus christ almighty, did you have to get so....stupid? Yes, you can 3D print solid titanium, via the EBM process, and encase this in a polycarbonate sabot to provide the lands. Primers, we doan need no steenken primers, that's why they made electricity, and the caseless propellant can be made with inkjet/glue powderbed (fun fact: most larger caliber GUNS [using the naval usage of gun, meaning "stuff you can't put to your shoulder and fire"] already use a sort-of caseless system now, as in the powder is actually depositied in slurry in the case and dried to a semisolid, which, in a weird way, could be described as "all at once powderbed")
that's why you use caseless
You DO realize this is the same state that Redmond is in, home to the master of the "technically correct but blatantly misleading and probably actually wrong" answer (microsoft), right?
I guess the "no contracts" thing would be true if you could stop service and just paythe phone installment monthly charge, because you're not paying a service contract at all, rather you're buying a phone on time payments, and part and parcel with time payments is if you stop paying the time payments, you owe for the whole purchase price. IANAL, don't try this at home, etc etc
Ever think you're getting modded down because you're an asshole?
What I'm interested in is how MIT came to be in possession of a Cornell paper. Were they strictly authorized to use the paper in such a manner? Did they actually use their proper login credientials? Did they tell Cornell in advance of the fact they wished to cross state lines with it? If the answer to any of the above is "no" can we hound them to death about it like they did to Swartz?
"a programming environment in which editing of code and the execution of code occur simultaneously" is commonly called an interpreter, welcome to 1975
"We got all the data we need from drones, so fuck all the rest of you". cf the semi-autonomous streetview cars, satellite imagery (hey wait, a satellite's not a....D'OH), numerous other projects that we've not heard of yet
Because it's not guaranteed (to be safe)?