By the same token, Miller rejects O’Farrell’s contention that JumpTV should submit an application to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, the federal broadcast regulator. Miller said it’s not up to JumpTV to decide whether or not the government should regulate them. “If the government chooses to regulate us, then we’ll be regulated.”
In response to the original lawsuit, Google made a fair-use argument, roughly analogous to the one by which it has the discretion to index the entire web and sell ads against search results. It’s important to remember that although Google has scanned millions of books into its database, it only displays a snippet of each copyright book for which it has no license. The purpose of the settlement was to allow Google to open up its database, creating a massive online library of 10 million books, accessible to all.
Denmark says that Apple has decided to build a data center in the southwestern town Aabenraa, near Viborg, where it has another one already under construction.
Ditto the Internet, Hyde argues. “We talk about the Internet as being the global medium, but really, when you look at it, radio is by far the most extensively distributed communications medium in the world, even beating telephones.”
The LifeBook U810 notebook is equipped with the energy efficient Ultra Low Power Intel(R) A110 processor optimized specifically highly mobile devices With a standard 4-cell battery, it delivers up to 5.5 hours(1) of computing time. The mini convertible offers users a choice of operating systems to meet their needs, and is available with Windows Vista(R) Home Premium, Windows Vista(R) Business or Windows(R) XP Tablet PC Edition 2005.
When the Soviet Union collapsed, many of the KGB’s regional branches became the security services of the newly independent states. But they didn’t stray far from the Kremlin’s lead. They modeled their governing laws after Moscow’s, and used similar technology, too. Namely, SORM – Russia’s nationwide system of automated and remote legal interception on all kinds of communications.
This morning, Frank Ocean—singer, songwriter, and excellent Tumblr-dispatcher—unveiled a new, Apple Music-produced video stream on his official website, boysdontcry.co. According to the URL, the video is titled “Champaign,” and in a now-deleted Instagram post, director Francisco Soriano reportedly took credit for directing the “art project,” which consists of a black-and-white feed from what appears to be a giant industrial studio. Inside, a lone figure (possibly Ocean?) is hard at work, moving and sawing large planks of wood, all in an effort to make … well, we don’t actually know. (Maybe some giant pyramids? Or perhaps a shopping cart for his buddy Tyler, the Creator? Or maybe some stairs, as this tweet from March suggests?) During intervals, you can hear big, gorgeous swells of synthesizers and orchestral notes, or what sounds like looped, distorted vocals. But it’s mostly just a lot of sawing—maybe as part of a loop, maybe in real time (the video’s URL also includes the word “live,” but it’s not clear if this is, in fact, a livestream).
Those blocks include Google and increasingly popular and cheap content-delivery networks, such as Akamai and Limelight, which serve content from websites such as Wired.com from server farms around the net — often at rates far cheaper than self-hosting.
She takes part-time film classes at the prestigious San Francisco Art Institute, before continuing her studies in New York. One day she is in the city editing Flag Wars, her project about the gentrification of an African-American district by a trendy, white, gay community, when she receives an email alerting her that a plane just hit the World Trade Center. She leaves her Upper West Side building, walks downtown as the Towers fall, one after the other.
The hands-on Exploratorium museum, rich with scientific and technical exhibits for all ages, is an example of the non-traditional and collaborative learning that technology can bring to students.
And licensed or not, Forno said, the “bad guys and idiots” are always going to do things that are contrary to the law or common sense.
This raises the obvious question: how far can you take it? Of course, this only works on WebKit browsers, who currently have the only CSS 3-D implementation out of beta, so it’s not a viable strategy by itself yet. IE10 and Firefox will be the next browsers to offer it.
“The agencies consider single-factor authentication, as the only control mechanism, to be inadequate for high-risk transactions involving access to customer information or the movement of information to other parties,” the council wrote. “Account fraud and identity theft are frequently the result of single-factor … authentication exploitation.”
In a widely discussed Harper’s article in February, “The Next Bubble: Priming the Markets for Tomorrow’s Crash,” Janszen argued that clean tech is the only sector that could create enough “fictitious value” to replace the losses from the housing bubble, if only temporarily.
“Since everyone hunts bugs, no one can afford not to do it or they risk being thought of as subpar, behind in the computer security rat race, not as geeky or on the case,” Smith said.
Emusic is in a race against time, trying to reach profitability before its cash runs out in roughly one year while simultaneously trying to convince potential buyers that the company is worth more than is currently estimated.
Mike Rowe, a 17-year-old resident of Victoria, British Columbia, has agreed to pick a new name for his website, currently called www.mikerowesoft.com, said Microsoft spokesman Jim Desler on Friday.
Costco Wholesale Corp. is expanding its home delivery services as food becomes an increasingly competitive front in the e-commerce battle.
As of July, WikiLeaks had spent only 30,000 euros (U.S. $38,000) from that funding, most of it going to pay the travel expenses of Assange and its then-spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg, as well as to cover the costs of computer hardware, such as servers, and leasing data lines. WikiLeaks has claimed in the past to have $200,000 in operating costs.