Once the government finishes this assessment of the log, it will focus on who had access to it, said Lapan, including Manning.
“I learned that the person whom the NSA interviewed for the secret job was the person working to install equipment in this room,” Klein wrote. “The regular technician work force was not allowed in the room.”
This past April, we took the kids to Lyndhurst Mansion (Castle) for someLego Fun. I didn’t get to take many photos, because they weren’t allowed. Before I realized this (a sign would have been nice), I did manage to snap a few. And there they were, sitting in my photo wallet, just waiting for their chance to get into a scrapbook.
It’s time for Sony to admit what everyone else already knows. The XCP software amounts to an unseemly intrusion that gives virus writers and other digital miscreants a leg up in getting our computers to do extremely scary things, such as giving up bank account numbers and logging passwords.
We’ll leave it to the lawyers to argue whether or not a civilian could buy a precinct. As for the tech stuff, especially the pimped-out stun gun, the question is timely: Given the recent high-profile fatal police shootings of civilians—roughly 1,000 a year—it makes sense that law enforcement officials and victim advocates alike are on a continuing search for a device that can neutralize a threat without causing permanent harm.
The company’s mobile app features tools like Snap, Find, Shop, which customers can use to take a picture of a co-worker’s boots, for example, and find out whether Neiman Marcus sells same or similar pairs. In store, customers can take advantage of mobile-phone charging stations and Memory Mirrors that record 360-degree views of various apparel items customers try on, or the steps in a new makeup routine at the cosmetics counter.
Starship captain, Shakespearean thespian, and real-life knight Sir Patrick Stewart lends his gravitas to The Emoji Movie—out today—as the voice of Poop, a debonair dump. We traced the poomoji’s rise from B-list BM to No. 1 number two.
Digital was where we needed to go, because that was where the advancements were going to be made. George Lucas started it all with the EditDroid, which he sold to Avid, and when he switched to digital, I figured, “I’m following Obi-Wan! He knows what time it is!” He doesn’t wait 10 years to adopt a new technology like everyone else. He goes right at it, so I was very inspired by what he was doing, and that he was doing it outside of Hollywood. And I’ve known Jim Cameron since I got to Hollywood; he and I would talk about that stuff all the time. I just figured that I would follow their lead and creatively use whatever new technology available to advance the art form and strengthen the industry.
The film itself is obviously indie, but a few cuts above the usual handy-cam visual quality you might expect. Indeed, it could easily run on TV without looking out of place (except, you know, for being actually funny with original characters). It has a very spare sound design, with minimal music and effects, but what’s there is all that’s needed to punctuate the beats.
He also presented a sleek new CLIÉ handheld that can take 2-megapixel digital images and send them wirelessly over the Internet.
First, let’s catch up with some of the characters from our earlier story. Tech for Campaigns, a San Francisco nonprofit that focuses on state legislative elections, deployed several thousand Silicon Valley volunteers across America. They won all the Texas legislative races they targeted (eight flipped, and one defended), a big validation of their tech meets down-ballot candidate strategy. The MapTheVote app developed in conjunction with Texas Democrats to register voters will be deployed elsewhere in the country in future elections. The group now counts nearly 10,000 volunteers, up from 4,500 in July.
“They’re probably banking on battery costs coming down,” Scott said. “And they will come down.”
Except that they really won’t. The Rob Morse poser is actually “voice talent” from MobileSoft, a company in Atlanta that will prepare the audio for the Chronicle.
From 1975 to 1995, the glacier actually advanced 270 meters, according to Haraldsson’s records. Such findings weren’t uncommon during that period: In the 1930s, many of the country’s glaciers had retreated significantly due to an unusually warm climate, but beginning in 1970, they advanced once more until human-caused climate change beat them back again.
If you think way back to the 90s – when bubbles were things you blew, social meant having drinks with friends and the only creatures that tweeted had wings – there was this new thing called the Internet. It wasn’t much fun but then, we had so many other fun things to do that nobody really noticed.
As Susan predicted, the God of War II secret website did indeed contain more than initially met the eye – if you solve some hidden puzzles on the site, you can unveil a secret “HD Mode” in God of War II that pumps up the visuals, as well as another countdown that should end in eleven days. This time, I think it’s safe to assume that it will indeed end in the unveiling of a new God of War title, insofar as above the new timer is a partial game logo.
Take 3D Realms, the (so-called) publisher of the long-awaited Duke Nukem Forever. After years of waiting, in 2003 we gave the company our Lifetime Achievement Award just to get it off the list.
“It’s too early to say what the impact on monetization will be,” Ubl adds, though the company seems hopeful that more people will read the articles to compensate for any lost revenue from any limitations on ads. Galfi adds that ad-blocking, which has become increasingly popular this year, is a symptom of this problem. If Google can make pages load faster without the need for an ad blocker to curb interstitials, users might be less likely to resort to ad blockers—or so the logic goes.
Mae was killed by a falcon dubbed Belinda, who had taken over the nest box when Mae migrated south for the winter. The battle over the nest box was not unusual, Anderson said.
Samsung had argued that the hefty award ignored the fact that its phones contain more than 200,000 other patents that Apple does not own. Apple said the verdict was fair because the iPhone’s success was directly tied to its distinctive look.
For the work’s premier in November 2001, Kaiser will project the animations onto Manhattan sidewalks, 24 hours a day, by mounting enormous video projectors onto street lamps.
The permit, awarded by California’s Department of Motor Vehicles, is Apple’s first for autonomous cars and allows it to test drive vehicles on public roads in the largest U.S. state, adding it to a list of rivals that includes Google parent Alphabet Inc. and Tesla Inc. The move indicates Apple is going beyond testing on private tracks and in simulators as it works to improve artificial-intelligence systems that must learn to interact in the unpredictable world of human drivers.
“It’s spam,” said John Patten, a county resident and publisher of a local muckraking website. “They’re trying to recruit everybody from the county to send the spam (messages).”