The Atrix Lapdock didn't use the phone for either touch or display.
The Atrix Lapdock didn't use the phone for either touch or display.
I'm not going to argue your interpretation of individual phrases. This patent is for a phone placed where a touchscreen would be in a laptop, so that it can be used for both touch and display.
The Atrix Lapdock had the phone vertically behind the laptop screen where it could not be used for touch or a secondary display.
Which is why I am advising all my corporate clients that do SSL intercept to...
...stop that insecure crap immediately, because you take security seriously and don't want to weaken their defenses. Right?
The entire reason this is happening is because the browser vendors got a stick up their ass and required HTTP/2 connections to be run over TLS.
And by that, you mean the browser vendors realized that "unsafe by default" is a shitty choice for a widely used Internet standard.
For the "HTTPS-everywhere" has basically made website operators costs double if they want to jump on that bandwagon because the bandwidth costs explode when they can no longer be cached.
Totally worth the tradeoff for making strong encryption the expected default.
went from 20 traders and two programmers to two traders and 20 programmers
The great news there for us technical folk is that if 20 programmers are working today, you can be sure they will need 40 in a few years to clean up the mess the 20 left.
Just because someone was elected that some people i the population didn't like, there was widespread rioting and looting across multiple cities.
If people are so willing to damage everything (and other people) over political differences, what can you expect if something really serious happens?
The building like these is in response to actions of the people, who have shown even if you treat people as if they had value they will not repay you in kind. So sadly this kind of response is more than warranted, and will not do anything to cause them to fight they would not be doing already.
Those U.S. finance jobs tend to be "domestic retail operations" like small-town bank tellers, whereas U.K. finance jobs concentrate more in international finance and investment banking.
So why are the U.S. jobs more at risk? They seem to think what the tellers do is simpler than the "international finance" people.
But simpler does not mean more automatable. In theory bank tellers across the U.S. could have been replaced long ago by the ATM - but as we all know ATMS are everywhere and that has not happened. What is left for tellers to do at this point is the one thing that is going to take longest to really automate - personal human to human services.
Sometimes a bank customer use has a question and an ATM cannot just answer that. In fact I just got a higher end credit card and one of the features it offers is that calling the 800 number immediately connects you to a human - no voice menu. Automation was supposed to be the end of that kind of thing but it just led to higher end jobs.
Meanwhile those fancy "international finance and investment banking" jobs sound like much more specialized jobs which means they are more open to automation, and probably doing a better job at it since there are no language barriers for computers (though system barriers may be similar, they only need to be overcome once rather than per employee).
I didn't say every claim contained something new. But the patent does. 2 examples:
"4. The electronic accessory device as recited in claim 3, wherein the operational component comprises an accessory display configured to present visual content. "
"5. The electronic accessory device as recited in claim 4, wherein the electronic host device comprises an input device configured to detect a touch event. "
Neither of these are present in the Atrix Lapdock, as it places the phone behind the laptop screen. The Apple patent has the phone placed where a touchscreen would be in a laptop, and that's what make these two claims possible.
In your fantasy world the Republicans united to destroy Obamacare.
You are the one with the real fantasy, where there are Republicans and Democrats. If that were true, this bill would have passed.
In te real world, there are Democrats (increasingly irrelevant), Republicans, and Trump supporters. Trump is neither Democrat nor Republican.
So basically, any forward motion now on anything is a compromise between Republicans and Trump supporters. The bill they had arranged was never going to pass because it had the support really of only Republicans.
Half of the cabinet lied to Congress during confirmation
And you say *I'm* the one with the fantasy? Riiiiiight.
Enjoy your eight years of being utterly mystified why anything happens the way it does! I'll let you have the last word because Democrats will argue for days without saying anything of value or truth. You can learn rom the discussion, but I know you will not.
What you just witnessed what not a Republican defeat. It was the true death of Obamacare. The bill proposed just patched up a few things about Obamacare, not what people were asking for and not enough to save it.
People are acting like it's a problem for Trump or anyone when in fact Trump was the one with the most to gain by the bills defeat - because it essentially thrusts Paul Ryan out of power in the senate.
Later on this summer you'll see an actual repeal of Obamacare, and that will pass nicely... even more nicely after the Democrats short-sightedly force the Senate to drop the bits of filibuster still remaining. If they'll filibuster someone like Gorsuch, the Demcrats proof to the public they are utterly unreliable to govern at all, and can simply be bypassed without undue fuss.
I'll believe the results of a developer survey when all they release is the specs for a web API to vote, and you have to manually do the REST call to submit.
I shouldn't really say "the one good thing" because I didn't see the movie yet so I don't know if there's more I would like...
But what Batman Vs. Superman did set up was a lot of really great ongoing batman/superman at the diner scenes the end most How It Should Have Ended episodes.
That would require more than 50% of the population to be extremists.
This is a fundamental misunderstanding of patents. All patents have prior art. Indeed they list the prior art in the patent. Patents take something that is already patented, and add some new things. Patents are never for something that is entirely new, the always build on what came before.
iOS doesn't support color profiles.
Maybe you should read more before you type.
Just because they don't provide you a way to assign a color profile does not mean iOS does not support color profiles... They have to because different devices now support a number of different gamuts.
iOS relies on a fixed resolution.
No, no it does not. It does specify things in points, but at this point there are a lot of iOS devices that are not just double the resolution of the original iPhone...
iOS supports all kinds of technologies that render at whatever resolution you have. From various Core Graphics drawing primitives to advanced image scaling stuff that makes full use of the GPU. I can take a PDF and drop it into Xcode to use as an asset anywhere in the app.
It also of course uses autolayout quite heavily in development, which will happily adapt UI elements to any kind of resolution differences it may encounter.
If a subordinate asks you a pertinent question, look at him as if he had lost his senses. When he looks down, paraphrase the question back at him.