The zombie drones attack.
I'd rather see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A...
Now when I watch a thing, I'll get ads telling me to watch the thing I watched.
The correct word is "bungle". A bungle of idiots.
Coincidentally, the same collective noun is used for managers. Microsoft seems to have both in great abundance, as well as a muddle of analysts and a quandary of advisors.
Unlikely...or it may provide insight into Fortinet's hiring practices.
Communism went bankrupt a long time ago. All that's left is the brand name.
Tell you what... let's wait till the self-driving model comes out, and then you can complain about not playing the latest games on the instrument cluster.
Frankly...beyond Superman and Batman, DC doesn't have much—at least that anyone has heard of and/or cares about. Wonder Woman, Flash, and Green Lantern do at least have some following, but they haven't aged well and I'm not sure they can translate to film nearly as well as, say, Iron Man.
IMHO, they'd be better off finding some more offbeat superheroes from their back catalog (a la Guardians of the Galaxy) or biting the bullet and inventing some new ones.
Still, Marvel has done an amazing job of refurbishing characters like Captain America and Thor, so maybe DC can do the same.
Sheesh, can't you even read the summary? This isn't just a software release working as designed. This is a Microsoft software release working as designed!
Only 36% of installations are occurring inside a virtual machine. 68% of Windows 10 Technical Preview users are launching more than seven apps per day, with somewhere around 25% of testers using Windows 10 as their daily driver
Those are indeed problems.
If it's not impossibly heavy and doesn't produce fissile waste it could be used in all sorts of large vehicles, both commercial and military.
But plenty of fusion reactor designs have worked in theory; making them work in practice, though...
When you can't rip off a name in English, do it in Latin!
But hey; at least it's better than CipherShed. My days of not taking FOSS names seriously are certainly coming to a middle.
stealth joke alert
I mistakenly thought the API was public; it would be nice if certain clueless news sites (and the author of TFS) would point out this is a reverse-engineered interface.
It might as well be public, though, considering how long ago it was discovered and how many apps/services/libraries are using it. Snapchat is supposed to be in the business of privacy; if they won't give full effort to protecting their users they deserve this fiasco.
Ars Technica identifies the culprit as SnapSaved, which...secretly saved [users'] images on a SnapSaved server
In related news: Mysterious Twitter-related injuries traced to users of popular addon service TweetAndWeHitYouWithASpanner.com
(and why in god's name does a service like SnapChat have an API?)