Tesla Used A Third of All Electric-Car Batteries Last Year
No cooling water
No brake fluid
Don't go crazy. There is still brake fluid in an electric car. And they still have radiators of various types for cooling purposes.
Apple Fixes Dangerous SSL Authentication Flaw In iOS
I wouldn't blame the goto here.
The problem is single-line if bodies.
Or not using a tool that auto-indents the code.
AT&T Introduces "Sponsored Data" Allowing Services to Bypass 4G Data Caps
I think the shift key on your mighty model M is only working sporadically.
How One Man Fought His ISP's Bad Behavior and Won
I used DNS Benchmark to determine the best performing public DNS servers for my home network. Interestingly, it turned out to be neither my ISP's nor Google's public servers.
There appears to now be a similar, open-source DNS benchmarking program available: namebench. I haven't tried it out, but it looks promising.
PC Makers Plan Rebellion Against Microsoft At CES
Google's dirty tactics include using and selling personal information on end users.
While Google does collect and make use of the personal information of end users, the one thing that they have NEVER done is sell that information to any third parties.
Adults Make Riskier, More Inconsistent Decisions As They Get Older, Study Finds
For that matter, I think that once I reach age 65, I'll start to also become bored with life and start taking some chances here and there.
Call it "Walter White Syndrome". :-)
Don't Fly During Ramadan
You are correct. The only difference is that the Westboro Baptist Church isn't governing an entire country, spending nine billion per year on a military force and attempting to develop nuclear weapons.
NHTSA Gives the Model S Best Safety Rating of Any Car In History
Earlier this year, there was a bad accident where a Tesla Model S hit a 90 Honda Accord head-on: Tesla vs Honda Head-on Collision. The two people in the Accord were killed immediately. The Accord was a crumpled mess, as you can see from the photo in the article. The Tesla driver had only minor injuries. He was able to simply open his door and exit the vehicle. The accident itself is a terrible tragedy, but seeing a real-world example helps you to see just how safe the vehicle is.
Google Pressure Cookers and Backpacks: Get a Visit From the Feds
The police didn't intercept her Google searches.
She posted pictures of M-66 explosives publicly on her Facebook account.
Google Plus posting on the topic
The facebook photo in question
Norwegian Town Using Sun-Tracking Mirrors To Light Up Dark Winter Days
Now we could hack into the controller and reprogram it to direct the sun to a single point and voila! Instant death ray. Might help with the tourist problem.
How would that help attract more touri...
Competitors Complain To EC That Free Android Is a 'Trojan Horse'
Google is really good at coming into markets and offering a free product and in doing that sort of stymieing the development of alternatives.
Do you remember the cell phone market before Android? Phones were expensive. Phones were locked down. Not only did you have to pay for apps, you also had to pay for stupid things like ringtones. Android helped drive down the price of smartphones. Android helped sprout a ton of cheap phones & tablets that otherwise would not have a decent OS to run.
SXSW: Elon Musk Talks Reusable Rockets, Tesla Controversy
Indeed. In the early 1900's, before there were three gas stations at every intersection, travelers would often have to stop at a farmhouse and ask to buy some gas from the farmer. No stealing necessary.
It's still early days for electric cars. Tesla is doing more than most to accelerate their development and adoption.
Google Will Cut 1,200 More Jobs At Motorola Mobility
This was upvoted?
You bought a cellphone manufacturer but then use other companies to make Nexus products
Dude, the deal with LG to make the Nexus 4 was in place before they bought Motorola. It takes a while to develop new hardware. Have patience.
Google Chrome Getting Audio Indicators To Show You Noisy Tabs
That would slightly interfere with using streaming music sites like Pandora. I open that up in a tab & move on to other things, leaving it play in the background.
Pope To Resign Citing Advanced Age
"Why is this on slashdot?"
It's about a guy who can talk to the cloud without any computer.
No, Jeff Dean
Hobbyist Builds Working Replica of Iron Man's Laser Gauntlet
FYI, you can post a link that skips to a particular time in a YouTube video:
Google Declares War On the Password
The worst feature of a password is that it can be obtained from you from someone located anywhere in the world, and you wouldn't necessarily realize it. Fishing websites and social engineering make passwords by themselves too easy to get around.
You would still have a screen lock on your phone to prevent someone from using it to authenticate into all of your other accounts.
Microsoft Says Google Trying To Undermine Windows Phone
But how old is the Windows Phone OS? You can't expect anyone to have made a YouTube App 38 years ago. Your data is irrelevant.
Microsoft Says Google Trying To Undermine Windows Phone
...why would Google let Apple do it but not Microsoft?
The iPhone has been around for many, many years. There was a large, established market, and so it makes business sense.
How long has Windows Phone been available? How much market share does Windows Phone have? Do you see that market growing to the size of the Android or iPhone market in the future? Does it make sense to spend the time & money to develop an application for such a small market?
And, has Microsoft offered to pay Google to develop an application, or to gain access to the API?
Ask Slashdot: What To Tell Non-Tech Savvy Family About Malware?
It's very easy to spend $1500 and up on a MacBook Air.
This is the dumbest argument I've seen on slashdot. Congratulations!
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