Here you go. It came up about 2 years ago now - http://healthland.time.com/2011/06/30/did-airport-scanners-give-boston-tsa-agents-cancer/
How would a striker fired pistol get it's non-existent trigger snagged ?
The shuttle actually still flies hourly today (although with the same security theater and other hassles) but it now operated by US Airways - http://www.usairways.com/en-US/traveltools/intheair/shuttleinfo.html
The same story was posted last night @ 8:20 PM EST- http://apple.slashdot.org/story/11/01/05/0035206/Apple-Patent-Hints-at-Net-Booting-Cloud-Strategy
So a peering disagreement somehow constitutes "blocking all streaming video" ? Enough said.
Do you have some citation to back up the assertion that Comcast has tried to block off streaming video ? I don't remember ever hearing this.
Or maybe the problem is on Netflix's end ? Your ISP can't guarantee the quality across the internet that's out of their control.
Mr. Potato Head, Mr. Potato Head ! Backdoors are NOT secrets !
This is absolutely false ! The "security clerks" at the airport with a fake badge cannot take you anywhere.
Exactly right. This sounds exactly like Northwest 255 years ago on the same type of MD-80 where the take off warning system failed to alarm when flaps were not extended - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northwest_Airlines_Flight_255
The biggest problem I see is that the service providers are requiring a data plan on all capable phones whether you want it or not. Even with a prepaid GSM phone I hear the users receive a text message informing them that a plan is mandatory. See - http://forums.wireless.att.com/t5/MEdia-Net/Data-plans-on-smartphones-mandatory-as-of-Sept-6/m-p/1836215 for an example of att
Arvisp writes "According to a blog post by former Google China president Kai-Fu Lee, Apple plans to produce nearly 10 million tablets in the still-unannounced product's first year. If Lee's blog post is to be believed, Apple plans to sell nearly twice as many tablets as it did iPhones in the product's first year."
feldhaus writes "The BBC reports that the first beams for over one year have been successfully sent around the complete circumference of the Large Hadron Collider. Engineers do not yet have a stable circulating beam but they hope to by 0600 GMT on Saturday."
You can actually see the SIM slot in it so it must be a GSM capable phone.
levicivita writes "From the down-but-not-out NYT comes an article (warning: login may be required) about user backlash against Kindle's embedded DRM: 'Last week, Jeffrey P. Bezos, chief executive of Amazon, offered an apparently heartfelt and anguished mea culpa to customers whose digital editions of George Orwell's "1984" were remotely deleted from their Kindle reading devices. Though copies of the books were sold by a bookseller that did not have legal rights to the novel, Mr. Bezos wrote on a company forum that Amazon's "'solution' to the problem was stupid, thoughtless and painfully out of line with our principles."' Bezos's post is here."