Look at Paul's actual plan and you will see he calls for approximately 200 billion cut from the DoD in the first year alone.
I doubt you would need protective gear until you cut them up and got the juice on your skin. That's when you would have issues.
The problem is that "extremely affordable and reasonably priced" is very subjective. When I was in college with basically no income a $10 cd was not affordable at all. Now that I have a job it is. Reasonably priced is also subjective. To some people $0.99 for one song is not reasonable at all.
The tethering app makes the network level requests look like they are coming from the phone because they are, but the application level packet data can easily enough be looked at to determine what type of traffic it actually is.
Pinky, I know what we're going to do tonight, TRY TO SUE THE WORLD!
In both versions, they're both insane.
That's just like what Valve and Microsoft do. Some people are already used to that lowlife.
Please show me an instance of Valve doing this.
Why not do the same thing here as they do with lineups? Have the computer pick the top 10 closest matches and display them. If the witness selects the photo of the same one the computer thought was correct then you have a likely match.
Google may not be a true monopoly but they are an effective monopoly. However that said there is nothing wrong or illegal about being a monopoly. It is illegal however to abuse that monopoly to stop future competitors.
Safari's had the ability to play music in the background for a while. It could do it before any other apps could. The only problem is I think it has to be a stream that quicktime understands as that's the only possible player Safari will support. I know that's how the game audio for the MLB app worked. You clicked a link in the app and it would switch to Safari for the audio. Then you could exit Safari and it would keep playing.
Did he say anything about anyone skin? All I see is the name of a city. St. Louis MO can be pretty bad, but East St Louis IL is much worse. It's an observable fact and there is nothing racist about it.
They will grandfather your data plan. I switched from an iPhone to a Android on AT&T and they let me keep my data plan so they should do the same for an iPhone upgrade.
I was thinking the exact same thing only in regards to just me. What if I want to run dual monitors? Are they going to interfere with each other? To me this just seems like a solution in search of a problem.
They have to be better than the Dell D6xx series. We have had the laptops for 1.5 years and so far have a failure rate of about 90%. We had about 20 of them and only 1 is still in use. We have another that is technically functional but has something failing and is to slow to use.
To be fair I don't think Notch has the intention of charging for updates in the foreseeable future, but he removed the language about unlimited updates because permanent language like that scared his lawyers.
In specifications, Murphy's Law supersedes Ohm's.