It's actually treason.
It's actually treason.
They bring it up because it sees like her private email server was more secure in the end than the DNC.
It's been decades I got plagued with loose mini-jack connectors. My 4s and iPad 1 still work perfectly, as do newer devices I have.
It's been a complain by Apple for long that MiniJack is too thick for the design goals they were targeting. Reusing BT or USB/C or Lightning connectors saves port space, allows for a second speaker (eg., in Apple's forthcoming design if we're to believe the hype). I think manufacturers will come to realize we still want jacks (I do as I dont want to have to charge my headphones) and provide combined-plug allowing charging while still having MiniJack headphones connected. If not, their loss.
Points taken. It initially sounded as a wider "political stories being submitted to
Nerds can comment on the technological hurdles in parameterizing a standard test that would have to apply with equal margin of error to a wide variety of devices (cars). Compare bench testing.
It's also widely reported that the EPA numbers for MPG-e are somewhat dubious and hard to correlated to various EVs but it's a pretty good rule of thumb.
I dont think nerds should be confined to rebooting their PCs or building the next kernel.
I think we have aptitudes reaching out many aspect of lives.
As for your not wanting this particular kind of stories, you can filter them in your profile, given you have taken the time to log-in (thank you for that).
When you factor cost of living, 124,000USD in San Francisco is not that much. Rents are ridiculously high in SF. I dont know about other cities in the states but while I love that city, it would not be my first relocation choice based on expenses.
...because their last final solution wasn't so final after all.
They can't make a robot that's remotely capable of walking normally and opening a door. Not trusting any of that with my dishes. Less even FleshLight.
How much of your guns helped out in Orlando? Or any other mass shooting?
Your country is delirious. Keep playing the game of the armement industry. You're all canon fodder to them.
The second amendment is just that. An amendment. It's time to repeal or modify it because clearly, the gun totters and gun sellers and even the FBI are not mature enough to play with them.
Musk didn't say (less even vouch) for the availability of this "feature". It's not a feature. It's a capability inherent to any car with closed cabin. All cars will float for a brief period of time (which is what Musk said: it will float for a brief period of time).
The batteries and electrical system is isolated enough to sustain sub-bar pressures and will hapilly drive along as the engine is not dependant on any air intake system not being flooded.
Technically, all EVs should be able to do this for a period. DONT drive across the lake.
Ranged-extended vehicles (Gen 1 & 2 Volt, BMW i3, Fisker Karma) dont have this luxury. While the electrics will continue working, any flooding of the ICE will require major repairs.
Disclaimer: I own a Gen2 Volt.
No one will beat Canada's royal fnckup when it sent powdered milk for the Ethiopian drought in the 80s.
Read up on regen braking. It does a lot for serial hybrids like this truck and the Chevy Volt.
This business plan makes sure they remain irrelevant.
Canada's got wood.