Time to refresh my APL skills!
Time to refresh my APL skills!
Easy, just buy a second set of headphones...
Forget about the lack of a physical button in iPhone 8: iPhone 9 will do away with the screen, that's where the excitement begins.
I don't think there are many tulips in Sweden, where IKEA actually is from.
This is basically what Chinese manufacturers have tried (and failed) to do with the Lightning connector. I bought two or three of these "uncertified" cables for EUR 2-3 EUR, that refused to work or stopped working after a week or so. I bought a couple of "certified" cables from Amazon (EUR 8, non the insane EUR 19 Apple is asking) and they work well.
Of course you are right, but there is no way around this: if you want your cloud-based instance (i.e. VM) to boot, the disk must be readable by the virtual infrastructure, so they must have the key to decrypt it (according to the instructions, you also have to supply your key when you restart an instance, but of course this does not prevent them from storing it without telling you). This is probably useful for clients who want some form of granular control on their infrastructure: Google can still access your data (or at least the disk images, not the data that has been encrypted client-side and uploaded) but this prevents anyone in your organization from doing the same unless he/she has the right decryption key.
Forests continuously produce oxygen for us - and other living creatures - to consume. Even if you don't interact directly with them, it doesn't mean they're not important. To continue the softwareanalogy, they're a vital part of Earth's "operating system".
Can you say Cylon Raider?
The past couple (maybe even three) years saw a massive increase (percentage wise) in number of both aircraft crashes and fatalities.
You're right, but that number had been at an historical low for many, many years, so an increase, while appearing "massive" is really nothing special, even given that while the number o crashes increased pecentage-wise (as you rightly note), in absolute terms it is still very low, and taking your car on the highway to visit your parents in the next town is still way (a very long way) riskier than boarding a modern airliner to reach the other side of the globe.
... sorry, Steve, five years too late.
From the linked article/joke:
Be on the lookout for products like Microsoft Mugging, which either takes $50 or erases your hard drive
Well, it didn't come from Microsoft, but in the end this sadly came true
and the CD-ROM drive tray is a cupholder.
What is this "CD-ROM" you're talking about, some new streaming protocol?
You're basically right in your analysys, but I wouldn't say that (roughly) 50% of the populations counts as "elite".
However, it is shortsighted because in my (limited) experience Apple Stores are stores with an incredible huge staffing. You never wait in a line at a cashier, or wait for a personal answering questions. [...] And that means with 16 business hours something like 100 + a bit of management etc.
While a grand total of three stores wouldn't matter even in much smaller countries, here we're talking about a country with almost 1.3 billion people. What do you think would be better for the Indian economy as a whole? having 2-300 cashier-like jobs or expanding the market share for local products?
It says Whatsapp isn't popular in Europe? I don't know about the mainland but everyone I know in the UK uses Whatsapp, technical and non-technical alike.
It's just about the same in Italy, the only people I know that don't use Whatsapp just don't have a smartphone but something simpler (e.g. old Nokias)
The difference between a career and a job is about 20 hours a week.