Are you joking? netcat is a nice little building block that you can make other things out of. telnet is decidedly not.
I thought at first it was saying 36 groups each tried to reproduce the results of 13 experiments, and all 36 were successful with 10 of 13 (though not necessarily the same ten), successfully reproducing the results of a reproducibility meta-experiment.
Wouldn't he be too busy to say anything of the kind?
To be specific, Samsung's external lawyers; actual Samsung employee lawyers would not (or at any rate should not) have had access.
Ignoring all the florian-spew and articles based on it, it seems an expert report was accidentally insufficiently redacted, and Samsung has not been fast enough in their investigation of where all the information went, so the magistrate judge is setting a deadline and ordering some depositions. Yawn.
For the worried, the link is quite SFW.
"What does it run?"
Since you are just spooling, that should be more than adequate.
(Not sure how someone else calculated 432GB/day, and I am horrified by the suggestion to overnight mail hard drives - way too expensive.)
My concern is that a speech-to-text texting system will start sending texts out while I'm yelling at other drivers, singing waaaaay off key or even practicing my lies as to why I'm late again.
And you really want it to be tweeting instead?
As far as I can tell, they *immediately* detect any new phone; you can even look on their website and they will show you what phone you last used.
The whole data-plan thing is nuts. (The whole contract-subsidized phones thing is nuts too, but that's a different issue.) There's no reason you can't have a smartphone and just use its data features via WiFi if you want. That said, I thought AT&T was pretty consistent about this and am surprised to hear reports here of people getting out of the data plan. Maybe that was actually with "feature phones", not "smart phones"?
With respect to dumb phones, AT&T sells them; no need to get a used one. Yes, the selection is kind of limited, and they charge more if you wish to decline a new 2-year contract, but not all that much more (depending on the phone). I've even (several times) gone into an AT&T store and they've let me buy a very cheap Go Phone to replace a lost phone, even when I was eligible for a new subsidized phone but explicitly said I didn't want another 2-year agreement. (I think in either of those cases they are at least supposed to charge you $5 for a new sim, but they haven't actually done so.)
Sorry, that should be: very seriously
Oh, great. I even tested it, but FF "corrected" it for me. Why on Earth would it ever be supposed to do that on a *link*?
"called in"? On what terms do you think the debt is?
The interest on the debt is basically funding the buying up of the US by foreign countries, a very bad thing, but not something they want to "call in".
Good thing we got the collapse out of the way first, then?