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Microsoft just can't stop trying to ruin everything that is Halo.
That is the crux of this whole matter.  Apparently there are people at companies big and small who either are incapable of, or don't care about securing our information.  This won't change until there are laws to force a certain minimal level of protections.  I think we have reached the point in the development of software, computer systems and the Internet that anyone who does not take security seriously is negligent.
I was just reading today that Cisco did a study about the Internet of Everything.  Their analysis indicates it will be worth $19 trillion to companies involved in the movement.  Google is smart to get on board.  Apple isn't interested because there is no "premium" or "high-end" to the Internet of Everything.  This is not to say that Apple devices won't connect to the IoE - they surely will.  Apple just doesn't want to make Internet connected trash cans or toasters.
This woven sleeving hides bunches of cables.  It has a nice black cloth finish and is split so cables can enter and exit the bundle easily.  I used this in the post house I once managed all the time to clean the cable crap.http://www.cableorganizer.com/woven-wrap/
 Use the tech that is right for you and don't needlessly trash the tech that isn't.  You sound like a rapper bragging about how good his rhymes are.
I not sure why Apple has not deployed the pop-up bollards that would prevent this sort of thing. They are recessed into the pavement and rapidly rise when the mass of a vehicle is detected.
We traded in our iPad 1 when Target had their trade-in promotion back in November.  We got a $200 Target gift card for an iPad worth $80.  Then we used that card with three other gift cards my wife had been hoarding and got a 64 gig iPad Air for $238 total.  Plus they sent us a another gift card worth $30.   I like Target.
Well, his first job was in robotics with Carl Zeiss AG in 1986.  Maybe he is just getting back to his roots.
Surely this purchase is intended to mesh with the driverless car project.  Or maybe they are envisioning a factory without humans.  Or as others have mentioned a home-bot.
I started reading this and then my eyes glazed over and some drool fell out of my mouth onto the keyboard.  I have trouble accepting that people make a living doing this kind of trivial shit.
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