The price hike affects 400 people who placed deposits on 2008 Roadsters and are still awaiting delivery. They must now must pay thousands more for features offered as standard equipment when they ordered the cars. Tesla says it realizes the move may anger customers, each of whom made deposits of as much as $50,000, but says it had no choice.
Intel’s Winter expects fully autonomous cars to collect, process and analyze four terabytes of data in 1 ½ hours of driving, which is the average amount a person spends in a car each day. That’s equal to storing over 1.2 million photos or 2,000 hours of movies. Such computing power now costs over $100,000 per vehicle, Zeng said. But that cost could fall as more cars are built.
There are several ventilation areas around the base of the computer. The machine takes a while to heat up, and never gets so hot that it will burn your lap. After about 15 minutes, the bottom is slightly warm to the touch, but not hot. It becomes a little hot at about an hour of heavy usage, but it’s not unbearable, except in the heat of summer.
The complaint says the Epilepsy Foundation is using the loveyourbrain.org domain, previously registered to Pearce’s organization but inadvertently allowed to expire. It says the Los Angeles group has used the phrase in website postings, on physical signs and on a bus.
Is it inefficient to build multiple independent resources for the same purpose? Undoubtedly, but I’d argue that it’s also a welcome opportunity to introduce some genuine competition into a field that is moving far too slowly. Both the HVP and MutaDATABASE – and OMIM, and HGMD, and any other competing resource – will need to work hard to demonstrate their relevance quickly, lest they find themselves rendered irrelevant by more nimble and user-friendly alternatives. And as geneticists begin to sink beneath a massive and advancing tide of clinical sequencing data, such a push could not be more timely.
Of course, he admits, it’s not perfect. But then, it’s only worth judging a map in context of the job it’s performing. By most measures, this map has worked well for Gene Keyes.
“If the film is bringing more people to his work and showing them a bit of how special Saul was as a person, I’m delighted,” Leach says.
“In the Bangladesh situation, their facilities were not secure,” Mr. Dudley said Friday. “Someone executed a payment that looked completely authentic” in the network operated by financial-messaging system Swift, formally known as the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication.
The official story is that the site grew in popularity based on a few friends in the Bay Area contributing tidbits here and there until the site grew organically into a major player. The real story is that Digg had a head start the vast majority of websites never get: a free commercial/infomercial on cable television.
Rainey said the new study shows that a growing number of Americans want to have their opinions heard online, and are willing to put their money where their mouths are. Thus, an increasing number of commercial sites are following the lead long since set by Amazon.com, eBay and others that allow users to weigh in on the value or reputations of products or other users of the service.
Director Andrew Niccol lives in his own Truman Show(and so do you)
A U.S. judge said Yahoo must face nationwide litigation brought on behalf of well over 1 billion users who said their personal information was compromised in three massive data breaches.
In the wake of concerns raised about security flaws in electronic voting systems, a lobbying group is strategizing a public relations and lobbying campaign to help voting companies “repair short-term damage done by negative reports and media coverage.”
Although 19 states have anti-spam laws of some kind, only a few of them allow private citizens to sue in small claims court as they can in Washington state.
I’m sorry, but isn’t that the working definition of [propaganda](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Propaganda “Wikipedia Definition of “Propoganda””)? Isn’t it good that this is just a game?
But in the last week, on the eve of the formal start of the 2004 elections, two Democratic contenders took time to talk about a topic that’s usually reserved for spooks, conspiracy theorists and a couple of policy geeks: how the government keeps its secrets. There’s a faint, but real, possibility that this most opaque of subjects could become a full-blown issue in the presidential campaign.
You can browse by popular topics, publisher or news section, though the results are limited to a small number of partners that are providing content. For now there are only three dozen publishers, but the list includes some big names like The New York Times, the Atlantic, the Washington Post, and Newsweek.
Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg played down the impact of U.S. election spending on the company’s finances. She compared it to the soccer World Cup or the Super Bowl and said it was not a “top 10 vertical” for the fourth quarter.
Virus.DOS.Redcode plays out a little race between Big Butt Gasso and Himmler Fewster. Weird. Image: danooct1
This injustice is why I, along with more than two dozen of my colleagues from both sides of the aisle, introduced the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act.
Digital footprints, meanwhile, do come into play somewhat in the US; online retailers have used some of that info to manipulate prices for years.
“Amazon’s increased access to data on consumers and their behavior, and its dominance in internet retail sales, raises questions about whether this merger harms consumers and suppresses competition,” she said.
For Ms. Mayer, that includes stock options valued at more than $84 million and restricted-stock units worth about $25 million at the current share price of $48.15. She also holds about 1.6 million Yahoo shares, worth nearly $77 million. Together, those amounts are worth $186 million at the current share price, according to the information in the filing. The figure doesn’t include salary, bonus or options she has already exercised.
While you are relying on a third party service — a choice which always carries the usual concerns about speed and reliability — tinySrc is definitely one of the fastest, easiest ways to shrink your images for the small screen.
After Yahoo acquired Delicious back in 2005 the site languished. Updates were infrequent and fans watched as the web effectively passed Delicious by. Unable to decided what to do with Delicious, Yahoo eventually settled on sending it off to the “sunset.” Later Yahoo changed its mind and sold the site to AVOS, a new company from YouTube creators Chad Hurley and Steven Chen.
Meanwhile, Apple’s Face ID scanner uses a neural network AI algorithm to recognize your face even if you put on eyewear or change your hairstyle, which is a nice solution to the problem while maintaining security.
Although SWATting can be very dangerous for its targets—and potentially lethal, especially when officers raid homes anticipating armed resistance—Galvez says his situation was defused far more easily because he had made a preemptive call to the local police on the advice of Crash Override, and warned them that this might occur. “Dealing with the police is a new thing for me, and Crash Override has helped me immensely with staying safe,” Galvez says.
Andresen’s only attempt at an explanation for Wright’s bizarre behavior, he says, is an ambivalence about definitively revealing himself after so many years in hiding. “I think the most likely explanation is that … he really doesn’t want to take on the mantle of being the inventor of Bitcoin,” says Andresen, who notes that his own credibility is at stake, too. “Maybe he wants things to be really weird and unclear, which would be bad for me.”