"Fears of the U.S. exerting undue influence seem to be justified." More analytical judgment: bears shitting in the woods seems to be true.
As a Google programmer you have to submit code with a subtle bug once in a while, tell your friend about it, he'll report the bug and you get half of the money.
I can understand why JSF is crap, but why would you call the F-22 that way?
With bio-nano-technology you'll soon be able to replace your videocard by pulling the plug into your ass.
There were many observers from different countries during the Iranian presidential elections, has anyone of the observers shown evidence that there were enough serious frauds to declare the election void?
Why ru playing the stupid and angry moron?
bdcny7927 writes "Just as Bing is gaining popularity, some disturbingly pro-Microsoft and anti-Apple search results are rearing their ugly heads. Case in point: a search on Bing for the phrase, 'Why is Windows so expensive?' returned this as the top link: 'Why are Macs so expensive.' That's right. You're not hallucinating."
I'm listening to him only when he talks about the kernel.
We're already going through the same scenario as OpenGL 3.0 - lots of years spent on essentially a bare minimum of changes which in the end pissed off and disappointed practically everyone. Another coincidence, C++ is the primary language of OpenGL.
Another reason to not use any fat.
These costs are only included in TCO calculations by smart customers, the other customers trust corporations like Microsoft, because they are dumb and/or bribed.
CWmike writes "European customers will pay up to twice as much for Windows 7 compared with US users, even though the new operating system will ship without a browser in Europe. Some of the money Microsoft stands to make on the European editions of Windows 7 comes from the weak dollar. Last week, for instance, the dollar fell against the euro the most in a month, hitting $1.41 per euro. For example, Windows 7 Professional, the key retail edition for businesses, will sport a price tag of 285 euros, or $400.60, and £189.99, or $313.84, at Saturday's exchange rate. In other words, EU customers will pay twice the $199.99 U.S. price; U.K. buyers will pay 57% more. And depending on your view on bundling IE, Europe's customers will be paying more for less, with Microsoft's decision to yank IE8 from Windows 7 in an effort to head off EU antitrust regulators, who may still force the company to take more drastic measures."
The purpose of this is not to let people know what's going on but to feed people selective information and thus (among other things) instigate them for certain actions, do I need to remind you who controls (most of) the media and how it's used to feed the "right" news in the interest of those who control them? It's old school.
[Facebook], Microsoft, Google, IBM they all fight with each other just because they're in the same field and at the same time they're also all puppets in the hands of CIA and other agencies. Is it still news nowadays that a big IT/social company poses a thread to another big one and hence they fight each other?