They have software (that you have access to right now) that can give a yes/no answer on if an address can get service or not. It would be just a matter of coding the software (that their marketing company probably already has) to make a map more accurate than most government work.
Hell, they already have software that tells their sales specialists how much cable would need to be run to provide service to a specific location and how much it would cost.
How many houses they currently have cable to or how many houses they could run cable to. Take your pick, they should have both (especially after a year of supposedly getting it).
"at the minimum broadband transmission speed as defined by the FCC."
Oh, so that's why they keep pushing the FCC to not raise the minimum requirements for broadband. Well played, multi pronged attack there, AT&T. Sun Tzu would be proud. I thought it was just because you were lazy and cheap, but it was a part of a larger attack plan. I'm impressed. Disgusted, but impressed.
If we assume for a moment that the contract was bad, then it's a ploy. Why would an investigation into a contract affect a legitimate contract? This way they can still claim the contract was fine, they just horribly underestimated how the children would use the iPads.
I figured Anne was lamenting. I do. All my stuff is under creative commons with attribution. I'd have no problem at all with Flicker selling one of my photos, but they aren't going to because no one would buy it (and I don't use Flickr).
I see no threat at all that the police will decide to turn a blind eye to any threats against the players. I do see threats of boycotting the NFL and their advertisers, but that is their right. In fact, I'm all for it. If they feel offended then limiting their interaction to official, not commercial, is the way to go.
Calling it trafficking and it being trafficking are two different things. It's like someone calling themselves "Original Gangster" but they're not walking around in suits with Tommy guns in violin cases. This person was obviously not that intelligent, she probably didn't understand what human trafficking is.
"arguing that because nobody was paying T-Mobile to bypass the caps -- it couldn't possibly be a neutrality violation."
I may have pointed this out before, but no one's paying to bypass the caps because no one knows about it.
1. T-Mobile has it's "Unlimited" plan that I think costs $35. What they don't tell you is that it's limited to 7G.
2. Their "Truly Unlimited" plan is $80+ and not advertised anywhere. I had to spend 10 minutes explaining to them what I wanted before they offered it to me. It is truly unlimited, even on 4g, but you have to know to ask for it.
So this rainbow tables and entropy stuff doesn't mean crap? We just have to social engineer our passwords.
If "sex" is checked first because it's a real word then "s3x" because it's a real word with a number replacing a letter, then "kmk" would be more secure because it will be checked last since it's just random lettering.
and for all that you're worth, do not reinstall the software that controls your second factor. I had to spend half an hour on the phone with Blizzard after I factory wiped my phone thinking that it was all controlled by hardware address, not a random install code.
I don't understand this rainbow tables and entropy. If I can have a password that's 8 character mixed case alphanumeric with specials, how is having an 8 character all lowercase password faster to crack?
I really only understand brute force. The only reason lower case is faster to brute force is because lower case is usually tried first.
What scares me is that this is just as easy to do now on the consoles as it is to do on the PC. Might not have been easy on the PS2 (as far as I know Final Fantasy XI was the only game that used the hard drive), but it could easily be done on the PS3 and PS4.
This scares me as I'm a collector of consoles. I still have an original NES that still works. Can the same be said about the PS4 in 20 years (or the Wii U as I've been worried about recently)?
I believe this is the proper definition of the word irony, as she is inviting harassment and bullying from everyone else. I mean, it's probably not going to be up on the local news, but it's going to spread across that school like wildfire.
I've played with Google Glass (I can even link a review video if anyone cares), there's a reason it's a non-starter. It's camera outright sucks (and don't get me started on the audio), my phone has better recording ability.
Google Glass is a fight the MPAA and NATO won long before they ever fought it. Not because they were right, not because it's the right thing, but because Google Glass would just suck for that.