"DMCA Takedown Notice".
"DMCA Takedown Notice".
Apple may have to come very clean about how this works or it may not hold up in court.
I doubt it is intended to hold up in court. More likely the idea is to provide the phone's owner (perhaps in conjunction with the police) with information about who took their phone, so that they then know where to look to find more solid evidence.
. . . the in-process Maunder-type Solar Minimum gets ignored.
Wow, you should write your local scientist and reveal this important information to them.
I hate to be the guy who suggests that the US military spend yet more taxpayer dollars on the "next new thing", but perhaps some of their problems could be addresses by replacing their current simulators with VR headsets and PCs?
Their current approach seems to be largely the "cave" approach, where the trainee sits inside a room by himself and images are projected on the walls around him. That's fine as far as it goes, but doing it that is by its nature expensive and takes a lot of space, which means not very many people can be using the simulator at once, which limits the military's ability to train groups of trainees how to co-ordinate their behavior with each other.
Replace that with a networked gaming PC and an Oculus Rift (or similar) for each trainee, and I think you could provide a similarly immersive experience to a lot more people simultaneously, for about the same price.
Well, I'll be the counter-anecdote, then. When I bought my iPhone6+, after about two weeks it started to compulsively touch itself. For example, I could be looking at a Google Map (not doing anything, just looking at the phone while it sat on the table), and suddenly the map would spontaneously scroll from my location in LA to somewhere in Utah, all on its own; as if it had received a touch event somewhere way off the edge of the screen. Similar strange spontaneous behaviors would occur in all other apps (and even on the "Desktop") at random times, every few minutes, and it was enough to drive anyone crazy.
I took the onanistic iPhone6+ back to the Apple store back for a replacement, and so far the replacement has had no problems (knock on wood).
Politicians are always the same. All they do is appeal to whatever they see as the current mentality that will get them (re)elected.
There's a name for politicians that don't do that -- they are called "non-politicians". You don't get to govern if you can't get into (or stay in) office.
There's a clear Darwinian-style process at work there.
...considering the way the establishment is suddenly working overtime to discredit them.
He should have released it before he blew his reputation by resorting to publishing crap.
Yeah, I know... the damning evidence will be in the *next* dump. And always will be.
Hillary Clinton's PR firm must be in overdrive trying to discredit Wikileaks
Looks to me like Wikileaks is doing a fine job of discrediting itself without any help.
Seems to be working ok for Zipcar, Getaround and Enterprise who are all running the same service, just without the delivery aspect. So I think you are wrong here.
It should be noted that the waste was from nuclear weapons production not nuclear power.
That makes it hard to spot the News for Nerds angle. If it was power generation we could assume that someone used the electricity to charge a Tesla or run a computer mining bitcoin.
I think it depends on whose DSL you are using. My mom was paying $95/month for phone+DSL that was slow when it worked, and often didn't work at all. When she complained, AT&T reduced her monthly bill to make up for the poor performance, but even then she was paying $75/month for phone+Internet service that was inadequate and painful to use.
Eventually we switched her Internet and phone lines over to cable (Comcast), and now she is much happier, can stream video reliably, doesn't call me up regularly to ask why her computer "isn't working" today.... and is paying less than before.
TL;DR: service quality depends a lot on which neighborhood you live in.
I keep a Windows system around for minor software that needs it
My first language is not english but
I would have thought that would be an advantage.
Good does come out of Wikileaks. But Assange's primary purpose is to make Assange feel important and keep him in the news.
How much worse would you like things to get? A little bit worse, or a lot worse?
He's dead, Jim.