The FAA needs to ban that same Lithium-Cobalt chemistry batteries from being housed in the Boeing787 air-frame too.
It's a 32 x 31 grid = 992, plus 8 extra stuck on one edge to make up the numbers.
Hate it when I do that.
We're probably talking just the housings and maybe parts of the chassis. I beat all of the electrics, for a starters, are purchased.
Scripting sucks anyway.
The owner lies first then sues second. That's the person type you're gonna get with the Model X.
Washington Post is completely readable for me. Maybe only paywalled in the US?
I've never understood the problem with cookies. Websites don't control cookies, the Web-browser does.
The browser should only maintain cookies associated with the browsing window for as long as that window is open. There's no use in anything else. No timers of any sort, short or long, it gets ignored.
Now scripting, that's another kettle of fish altogether.
Mr Franken's question will need to be repeated every month. And that still doesn't necessarily stop the bad behaviour.
The point of the policy is it's a disclaimer of "You give us permission to take anything we see fit". That means the data gathered and uses of and distribution of change with time.
I think Mr Zuckerberg is intentionally trying to trigger new laws that set defined limits.
I always check each of these type of news items, hoping one may attempt to explain how it works. Alas, no such luck yet again.
One obsesses on an activity. One is addicted to drugs. Nothing else to be said.
Human control is done while offline, so they are easy to call a robot.
And when I say exclusively, I mean definitely no attempt to cater for any version of D3D.
If there was tier one games that exclusively used OpenGL then there might be something to compare. Until Vulcan is mature and many experienced big-budget developers deploying for exclusively Vulcan then there will continue to be nothing fair to compare against.