How will this stop whatever local govt exists from compelling the ILEC to give optical tap access?
Did you hear it? It's as if a million voices just cried out...
Seriously, I hope VZ is ready for the massive crush of weight these iPhones bring in data use. Backhaul upgrade much?
DUH... OF COURSE?
Japanese society can come up with great ideas, but a lot of times major ideas are not thought through all the way. This was one of those ideas, it was innovation for innovations sake and didn't really solve the problem of too many seniors and not enough facilities to take care of them. I mean, how much human care could $100,000 have provided to an entire senior center? Economically it didn't even make sense.
A basic tenant of human care is the human interaction part of it. People (yes, we're talking about people here! Seniors are still people!) still need human interaction and care that no robotic platform will ever provide. Full stop. Never.
Please post some graphs of BGP route advertisements as the Eqyptian AS's come back online
Agreed, I've torn apart a fair number of iphones and the "sensor" (protip: it's a paper dot) had been triggered and the phone had NOT seen any liquid water.
Hell, hot breath would void an applecare with those dots. At the very least, this is a positive move for the customer.
...but how in the hell is anyone supposed to pick the colors out of those graphs, at least three of them are the same shade of sky blue.
I'd like to see this redone as the graph is certainly compelling, just a little bit more readable.
... is always dangerous, but this goes beyond that.
Much more than a legacy leftover, this remains a chipset and baseband issue, and goes much deeper than the application set.
I'd like to know where the proctor for that test gets their money! Those R&S analyzers are awesome but -pricey- pieces of equipment.
They sold the best software mechanism (software codec) -directly- to DAW vendors for general purpose computers for at least a decade (up until the 3.96 branch of LAME). Through Telos Corp. they sold the best hardware codec for remote audio ISDN transmission in the layer-3 equipped Telos Zephyr. The gold standard (still to this day) in remote audio transmission for broadcast and production studios.
Methinks YOU are more of a troll than Fraunhofer ever will be!
I'm guessing most of these people were full-time mods responsible for keeping tidal-waves of porn and spam off of the site.
Too bad they couldn't find a way to automate the blocking of duck-face pictures.
Q: How many IBM CPU's does it take to execute a job? A: Four; three to hold it down, and one to rip its head off.