180-440 Million Tons of CO2 a year.
180-440 Million Tons of CO2 a year.
There's some 4K content from Amazon Prime and Netflix.
I recently got one of the LG OLED 2016 TV's and man..that thing is spectacular!!
I'm pretty sure there is 4k content on youtube and vimeo as well.
Although there is a ton of 360p which looks crappy even on my HDTV.
It would be a shame if someone was to program thousands of DCMA bots that reported everything you have on the Internet as infringing.
Whatever you do, never just move the headstones.
Yeah that went well in Poltergeist.
Speaking as a slightly paranoid home user.
Every time I add a new device to my network, I do a nmap port scan on it. Something like:
sudo nmap -A -T4 ipaddress
If access to those ports are needed, I'll do some poking on them, depending on what they are and probably some research to determine if they have had any security issues, and do a risk analysis.
Work follows a completely different model. Everything is blocked, there are various levels of approvals needed to open any ports. External access directly to internal systems without proxies/frontends/webheads is almost never granted. Periodic reviews, pen testing and renewals for exceptions are mandatory.
Hey hey hey... it's "The Big Game" not "Super Bowl." Or the NFL will come after you the exact same way.
My favorite was Superb Owl.
social media bots to promote whatever someone pays for.
Briganding accounts to attack people you don't agree with.
Command and control/status accounts for botnets.
Dead drops for data
Kind of like twitter in general.
they mean, remove them from your ability to access them.
I'm guessing they're probably planning on holding onto them, and using them for pattern training, facial recognition and future blackmail..
Seth Rogen and James Franco when you need them?
In 30 years or so, someone can discover the landfill where Atari buried all the failed IOT devices.
Just make it a chatbot that responds to key terms "bacon" or "cheese" with "yes, more please" and you've got a winner!
I think you meant "Leverage Synergies" "Core Competencies" "Stockholder Value" "You should be happy to just have a job here"
If Amazon offered Prime video service for Android TV systems?
And $107.88 for monthly vs $99 for a year of Amazon Prime? It's like buy 11, get the 12th month free.
You could buy 2 paperwhites (with the same resolution) and have money left over for some coffee at Starbucks.
$289 for an ad (infested) platform and only a 6 inch display? Seriously? Do they toss in lifetime Amazon Prime for this price? They should.
On another note, please check with your local llbrary system which allows you to checkout ebooks for free.
OverDrive is one platform libraries use.
Isn't that bad. I've been with them for a while (7 years), and prices/wifi calling and so on are pretty good.
The only issues I've had is coverage in remote areas (places that A&T/Sprint/Verizon didn't work well either) and inside buildings. Their new LTE
network is supposed to fix the inside building thing, and I've just used wifi inside.
I think some of the pay as you go (burner) phones are way more ghetto.
It's becoming clearer every day that we need phones that run OpenBSD. The OpenBSD developers have showed us time and time again that they're completely dedicated to writing damn secure software. They will even fork, fix and maintain software written by other projects if it doesn't meet their high standards, like we've seen them do with their LibreSSL project.
This is exactly the kind of thing that Mozilla could do to redeem themselves. Instead of wasting so much time and effort on Firefox OS, they could have instead provided the resources necessary to get OpenBSD to run well on Nexus phones. It's clear that Mozilla doesn't have much of a chance when it comes to the web these days, after how they've driven away so many Firefox users with unwanted and unnecessary changes. But Mozilla could reinvent itself as a provider of secure consumer-oriented software.
Hopefully they won't suck as hard as the Ubuntu Phones have so far.
e-credibility: the non-guaranteeable likelihood that the electronic data you're seeing is genuine rather than somebody's made-up crap. - Karl Lehenbauer