save your money, guys, signup is free.
save your money, guys, signup is free.
Why doesn't Google hire that Eloston guy who is genius enough to implement such an advanced method to disable autoplay? It seems that their developers couldn't manage to do it
Google's customers wouldn't like it.
FYI, your attention is the product. Their customers are their advertisers.
If you track its orbit, it does not cross Beijing ( or Washington DC ). The only US states it crosses is the southern parts from Californian to Texas. Aside from crossing parts of North and South America, its orbit is mostly over water.
The orbit is a normal "procession" where it could pass over any point (especially uncontrolled) between about 45 degrees North and 45 degrees South of the equator.
True, Alaska is not at risk, but the whole of the CONUS is, Northern South America, most of Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia and Southern Europe.
It's more of a "belt" of possible overflight than geographic regions.
solid-state is primarily odd-order harmonics. even-order are less dissonant. while audiophools have driven prices through the roof, you can take triode-connected tubes, or Williamson tetrodes, and if you don't work outside the curves, have a sweet amp. there are plenty of "dumpster tubes" at bargain prices that one can work with quite nicely.
This is really silly. All a barometer needs is either one or two tiny holes (depending on the design of the sensor). The sensor would need to be sealed to the sensor and water tight, of course, but that is required by any sensor they might use. This story is simply an excuse.
I'll guess two possible reasons for this: 1. Force more use of Apple patented and licensed tech for headphones 2. Allow DRM implementation at the headphone jack to further control what can be played on the iPhone
The iPhone6+ (and possibly others) already has a barometer in it.
Barometer on a chip has been a thing for decades already. No "sealed box" needed.
They may have added the vent and moved the sensor for the existing barometer, but it's not a new feature. Gortex venting will probably greatly slow down the sensitivity so make it less useful for stuff they claim it might do.
Intelligent dialogue is not possible anymore at this point.
I suspect with you, it never is possible.
For best results, start a sentence and hit the "hang up" button right during the middle of a word.
That way, it doesn't piss off the biddy and you still get to end the call.
Good customer service!
if the EU keeps getting snotty about who uses and who provides, it's going to be 100MBPS of nothing, as opportunities will pass them by.
users... USERS... own The Connected Internet. they determine what it's good for. not pinheaded government suits meeting at costly offsites 4 or 6 times a year.
Actually, it's not and you know it.
When the primary is failure prone and the backup is a known to be defective, the situation is far riskier than when you have a solid backup. Deny it, if you will, but denying it only demonstrates a wilful blindness to reality.
How about using Fake GPS location spoofer? Is it able to send fake coordinates to Google Play, too?
I'm sure a GPS location spoofer, if such a thing exists, is highly illegal and would get you in big trouble to use it. GPS signals are on a licensed part of the spectrum, and interfering with those frequencies can cause not just your GPS device to fail, but possibly others around you. GPS is used in in some life or death applications, such as air navigation, so I imagine the feds would take this kind of spoofing very, very seriously.
The reference to a spoofer in this case, is software that runs on the phone to tell the OS and the apps on the phone where the phone is. There isn't any radio frequency involved.
Recently it's been used to let people "walk around" playing Pokemon Go while sitting in their basement.
these days, I sorta regret voting to open The Connected Internet to commercial users.
Seems like one of the upgrades they should have for launch and prep is high-speed cameras pointed at the thing.
The first flash of light looked a lot more like an electrical discharge than it did any sort of combustion.
Hard to tell with what was published on Youtube though.
or at least a cabinet full of new plug-ready parts. that means the HDAs need to be pre-formatted, for instance. cables tested. configurations stored on a server for tftp loading behind your firewall.
things that cost money. things that suits have no clue about.
a) nothing to do with slashdot's "News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters". b) blatantly partisan c) questionable news source
Dozens if not hundreds of leftist-leaning article tripe posted on Slashdot per month since the purchase and you bitch about this one.