... but you *must* phone them first to notify of the potential breach of security. Get the full identification of the officers involved. Phone, explain, give all details of the officers involved, and wait for clearance to give up the PIN to border patrol
I don't see any TSA agent having the patience to allow you to do this. From my experience, any attempt to rationally discuss a "request" is met with a very heavy handed response.
I'm so glad Donald Trump is in charge now
Scripts can be very dangerous as well.
Many problems have been caused by scripts that are tested while logged in as a user and then run under the root crontab, where the starting directory or environment variables are not the same.
My first thought was someone in Africa can afford a drone?
Is this because you think Africa only has starving children, people living in grass huts and wildlife wandering around on dirt roads? I initially wanted to provide a few enlightening facts and figures, but have decided it is not worth the effort. If this is your view of Africa, one post is not enough to change your very misguided perceptions.
Does a shell company employee over 50,000 people, generated over Euro 20 Billion in revenue and have a market cap of around $27 billion USD?
Nokia is a 150 year old company. They have been through many transformations from pulp and forestry to rubber, power generation, cable production and telecommunications.
Every phone needs a network to connect to a network. AT&T, Vodafone, Telefonica etc. all invest huge amounts of capital in building these networks. Nokia supplies the core technologies to the phone network operators. Even when they were known primarily for their handsets they were already supplying network equipment.
Do you know much about accounting.
Yes the sale of Uber's China's business would be included.
No it would not. The proceeds of a once off event like selling a subsidiary should not be included in OPERATING profit/loss, which is the $2.8 billion the article refers to. It will however be included in the NET profit/loss.
The CNBC article heading states "Despite China windfall, Uber on pace for 'unprecedented' losses, report says". The word "despite" implies that the operating loss was incurred even though they received a windfall from the sale of the Chinese unit. This is misleading
I have done a bit of digging since seeing this and have found that they did in fact make a $2.2 billion NET PROFIT for the quarter, as a result of the sale. Also the rate at which their losses are increasing has slowed because the Chinese unit is no longer contributing to those losses. The CNBC article doesn't make this very clear.
I don't understand how the sale of Uber China can make the results look better. The proceeds of a "windfall" should not be included in operating profit/loss. I'm guessing this means the China business was a major contributor to the losses. Perhaps the paywalled article explains it better.
The M-Pesa service from Safaricom in Kenya is way ahead. In 2015 it processed 4.1 billion transactions. The value of the transactions represented 42% of Kenya's total GDP. Kenya's population is around 45 million compared to over 1.2 billion in India.
The truth is that the "world’s most developed nations" are not even in the mobile payment race yet, because most people in these countries can get bank accounts. Mobile money solutions are getting very good traction in less developed countries where the only cash alternative for most people is to use a cellphone.
Nintendo can differentiate themselves
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In the early 2000's I remember thinking this about camera phones. After all, why would you want a camera in your phone when "real" camera takes pictures that are so much better. Just a toy really
Nowadays it's almost the opposite. Why do you need a camera when you have a perfectly good one in your phone.
"I've got some amyls. We could either party later or, like, start his heart." -- "Cheech and Chong's Next Movie"