That the virtuous Apple only appears so when it can bend the law to cover itself.
And when it can't it appears as dirty as those it condemns.
Thus Apple's virtue is merely an accident of timing.
And in this case the clock starts ticking only when the judges are content. So draw it out, Apple, draw it out, and show the world the difference between Apple and Samsung.
or: write "click" on his desktop
support: Now what does it say?
Guy: it says "click" but I smudged it a bit
This zapping people's data is getting to be habit forming for Amazon I think.
I guess we're just waiting to hear if it was a mistake or on purpose.
It's the same mind-set as the anti-chick-a-fil protestors http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/us-news-blog/2012/aug/03/chick-fil-a-kiss-in and the anti-google protestors http://techcrunch.com/2012/10/15/10000-muslim-protesters-demonstrate-at-google-uk-hq-over-youtube-film/
both designed to shut down expression of opposing views.
Only the anti-chick-a-fil protesters are out numbered by the anti-google protesters and a lot less violent.
Of course put up a sign saying: "Danger - no dumping - spikes in ground!"
Then they have themselves to blame when they get a flat tyre or four
Put lots of spikes in the ground that will keep them out (or in)
Yes but the trouble is the authenticating agent can't know what the result is supposed to be or how it differs without having a "model" of the card from which to predict this.
So the technique is only useful to see if the same results are produced as last time... which is easy to fake
If the authenticating agent did have such a "model" then so could anyone else, and the model definition would be comparable to a key used to encrypt the input to make the output by means of the model emulation environment.
Most concisely put
"Go West young man, let the evil go east" could be the new China motto
Keep track isn't hard. Telco's already have optimisation for tcp re-delivery from the mobile gateway so that the distant sender doesn't have to re-send the missing packet, the telco can do that.
This service improves tcp performance over a mobile network and is important for customer retention.
Maybe not all telco's do it but I doubt it.
Yes, 48SX was the best, and 48GX is the best.
And yet, I sold my 48SX to buy some perfume for my girlfriend.
It paid off, she's my wife for the past nearly 20 years!
Don't install apps that require internet access or permission to make phone calls or send texts.
Sadly this user abuse by apps is a form of idiot tax on users who don't or won't understand how to manage their own safety.
And because you were testing a specific driver not an infinity of drivers.
Your driver did not get stuck in a loop where it might or might not terminate at any moment.
Of course it might.... if the hardware it talks to is faulty - but maybe you already tested for that?
That content was then viewed by an admin on another machine at which point the java script executed and could submit web pages with actions with admin privileges.
Where are the calculations that go with a calculated risk?