San Francisco Airport Testing Beacon System For Blind Travelers
But if they help the traveler leave, how will they extract more money out of them?
Won't somebody think of the 'convenience' shops selling $10 candy?!
DOJ Complains About Getting a Warrant To Search Mobile Phones
Digital or not, it's someone's property. Get over yourself and get a warrant to search/seize it.
tech-savvy criminals will be able to cover up or destroy evidence contained on their phones before the police can crack [it] open
And fire-savvy criminals will be able to cover up or destroy evidence contained in their house. What's the difference?
Why Movie Streaming Services Are Unsatisfying — and Will Stay That Way
You must have missed the part of the article that laments the fact that "the future of digital TV and movies is destined to be fragmented across several services..."
If you have to hop between 2 dozen services to get to your content, whereas 'pirates' can get basically anything they want from one central location, that is where the media industry has failed.
Goodbye, Google Voice
Strange, I've never had a problem with that.
I'm on AT&T and whenever someone sends me MMS, I get a text saying "MMS Recieved" and an email with the media as an attachment, within seconds.
It's far from ideal, but at least for me its not silent.
Gmail's 'Unsubscribe' Tool Comes Out of the Weeds
They do. If you look here, Google states that:
If a sender continues to send you email after you tried to unsubscribe from their messages, new messages from this sender will go directly to Spam.
Google has their shit together when it comes to filtering spam
High-Gain Patch Antennas Boost Wi-Fi Capacity In Crowded Lecture Halls
Well, they're "new" in the sense that they just purchased them, and knowing how much red tape there can be at universities, I'd say that is something to be impressed at.
NSA Broke Into Links Between Google, Yahoo Datacenters
And because that's a well known fact means that Google can't just block THOSE companies too?
First New Top-Level Domains Added To the Root Zone
And phishers everywhere rejoiced
NSA Releases Secret Pre-History of Computers
Google webcache has this
US Charges Edward Snowden With Espionage
Where's the "+1, Depressingly true" mod option when you need it?
Wi-Fi Light Bulbs Shipping Soon
Then comes the malware which makes all the lights in your house turn on except for the ones in the room you're currently in... which would be ever so frustrating (and tempting)
Google Glass Banned At Google Shareholder Meeting
Anything with a camera... who would have thought Glass would be any different?
I'm confused as to why anyone would be surprised about this.
Should Congress Telecommute?
They'll give themselves a raise for being 'green' since they don't have to travel anymore!
Are Lenovo's ThinkPads Getting Worse?
While we all know about Betteridge's Law, the answer here is yes.
Samsung Unveils the Galaxy S4
I can't think of any line of phones where I would want to have each iteration.
Tell that to the Apple Fanbois
Project To Build Dual-Booting Linux, Android Tablet For $100
There was literally just a story on why we wouldn't be seeing this type of thing...
I'm all for this, but I can see this getting sued into oblivion :(
Ask Slashdot: What Stands In the Way of a Truly Solar-Powered Airliner?
The capacity and weight as well as power delivery, for taking off (with clouds above) and night flights.
Ask Slashdot: Ad-Hoc Wireless Mesh Network For Emergency Vehicles?
Here's the article from less than 2 weeks ago about the same thing.
They had a few interesting ideas.
Asus Announces x86 Transformer
Can it run Crysis?
Chemists Make Olympic Rings On a Molecular Scale
IIRC, a trademark's lifespan is dictated by how long it is actively defended (in this case, by the IOC or whatever).
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