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I love the fella who says something to the effect of "if its to protect the kids I'm all for it". Right. Miltary helicopters to protect schoolchildren. you people really are fucking looney aren't you?
What if someone on the ground started shooting back?
"Charlie Delta Foxtrot - switch to live fire now!"
Sounds almost like Canada! But obviously with better drugs.g
These same folks have a SMS encrypter and yes, a call scrambler application, the latter does not even require an unlocked phone, though WhisperCore and WhisperMonitor (which is part of the former I think), require you unlock and replace the Android on your phone with thier custom kernel. Interesting that they can scramble calls outside the kernal or firmware.
What do you mean "the phone itself"? What else is sending out information but applications? Little elves hiding in the keypad? Sorry, I don't understand what you mean...an android phone is a device running the android OS - I would expect everything to be an application, even the part that connects to your mobile provider. Maybe I am looking at it the wrong way.
I was told that I could not enter a pub in Worcester this spring as I was wearing a Tilly Hat. "Dress code" I asked? "No, we just need to be sure the CCTV gets good images of your face in case anything bad happens". This was not even a club per se, though they did have a DJ, there was no dance floor. I have heard there's live music club in Worcester that requires photos, but have not been there yet. I am not one of the - "if you have nothing to hide, why ask for privacy" lot, but on the other hand, if its a requirement of a venue, I'll follow it if I really want to be there.
If you sunk it in a lake, it would rapidly fill up with water - aircraft are *not* air tight...
O'rly? Makes me wonder why they seal the doors, and how they deal with the half normal atmospheric pressure at 35,000ft or so? I guess something that's not air tight can still experience http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rapid_decompression right?
We got a few significant OS X 10.6 updates today - firmware, graphics and security. Well maybe not today, MacBook has not been on for a few days...darned wedding.
I am more interested a a FPU (food processing unit) than a CPU - how long to render Natalie Portman in hot grits?
And that is background IP - if you want streaming IP - @256k that's $42 per minute ~ $2500 an hour. Hmmm, I think the hooker in port is gonna be cheaper than the cam show on the high seas!
As long as you are not rooting for the wrong team, I don't see why not.
Apple, that acronym is already taken for an operating system.
I'm really hoping Cisco is going to sue you over that. But I won't hold my breath.
Cisco also claims to hold the trademark to iPhone: