Secure boot is part of UEFI 2.2 I beleive
UEFI is the attack capable of not allowing you to boot anything they do not ordain as acceptable.
Correct me if I'm wrong but how does Awaaz really protect anything, sure your encrypting it but you key exchange looks like it's being stored or sent though a central point. Encrypting things is easy key exchange is hard. AKA what protecting from some NSA thugs with guns and rubber stamped fisa orders from compromising the system it seems everything has to implicitly trust your servers for at least the call setup and key exchange. Even if you and the servers out outside there reach the NSA has already shown they have the capability to break important keys as to impersonate them.
My local costco store.
Currently picking up 40w equivalent dimable LED's in 3 form factors (candelabra, standard, and dressing mirror) for 3.33 a pop. Cost savings and life expectancy. I've been living in my current home for 9 years and are just starting to see the CFL's fail outside of a couple infant moralities. Having a viable dimable candelabra version makes a huge difference in summer when nearly 1kw of incandescent in the room between chandelier and sconces can turn it into an easy bake oven without the AC cranked.
It's a dead end run by monopolies, the NBN is a take on accepting that last mile is a natural monopoly in most places and separating that from actually providing services and those people meet at so many cross connect points or use a wholesale provider to do so.
Were talking about AU, Telstra being the effective monopoly and the government looking to dump huge piles of cash into this. The point is to separate the last mile bits that effectively need to be a monopoly from actually delivering services. It's actually fairly comprehensive with a mix of fiber to the home, fixed wireless and satellite. Anti cherry picking provisions of the law requires anybody that builds there own network to offer access at similar prices. It also requires the incumbents to pull out any copper network 18 months after the NBN goes in and not install any new copper plant. Fairly impressive for a network covering 1/20 of the worlds land mass.
12 billion more into a monopoly for the same useless copper? When full fiber to the home could mean divesting the service side of the network and the infrastructure? Sounds like a boondoggle to me.
Point being copper is holding us back. ADSL is a dead end, attempting to breath life into a cable plant that is far past it's useful lifetime.
Step one replace the wires. We have known this since what the 70's? I can get commodity 100ge optics that go 40km today x3 that at 10ge. And I can get more than one on a fiber pair with cheap CWDM.
Annual savings 5k cost of 6 battery packs about 72-180 k (Telsa S 12k battery in the future buy now vs insurance replacement cost). In other words if they had to buy the battery packs it would cost them 7-18k a year for an average 10 year life span. Deep discharge lead acids would be cheaper but you get the point.
All in all lots of battery packs getting plugged into the grid has some interesting potentials. Nearly of them them require more intelligence than whats available and pricing the more closely models costs.
Your still on tivo how very 90's of you. Automatic commercial skipping has been around forever now.
HUD's realy need to be standard, love mine in 2000 grand prix gtp. Even a GPS near the A pillar is pretty good at not changing my focus to much but the hud is near perfect.
30k from Tesla's forums, HUGE difference between an all electric and a hybrid. Nope I like green things fission power plans and hydro for base load
That battery costs 30k right now, that's a whole lot of reinvestment. Even at 15k in 10 years that is still a big chunk of cash on a decade old chassis.