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So, APIs are covered by copyright protection. I don't think this is a good thing.
Lower court to decide if API utilization is copyright infringement or fair use.
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In fact, I wish we’d see even more competition! I wish Samsung would get serious with its own OS. I wish HP would revive Web OS. I wish Blackberry would stop making bad decisions, and start kicking ass again. I wish smaller companies like Jolla, Ubuntu, and the Firefox OS team would be better able to compete with the big guys. I wish Microsoft would get more credit for the progress it has made in UI design, instead of just getting crap for changing things from how they were in Windows 95. And I wish people would look outside of the confines of their chosen platform, and acknowledge the positive contributions that other companies are making. Get out of your bubbles! Other systems are great and interesting and useful, too!
Competition and Partisanship. While writing about window management in iOS, and comparing it to what Microsoft had done in Windows 8, it occurred to me that we truly live in amazing times. The fact that three different companies are giving each other a run for their money on OS design is ...
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So just imagine how it outrageous it would be if some Wall Street sharpies went to court to argue that they didn’t benefit enough from the bailouts and that taxpayers should pay them tens of billions of dollars more.

In fact, they did. And, according to legal observers, they just might prevail.
Wall Street figures are suing the government because they didn’t like their bailouts. And they just might win.
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More falling robots. Far too entertaining.
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The entire run of our Katamari comic has been collected in a beautiful book by Udon Entertainment! Click here to get a copy now! Buttersafe RSS Feed Buttersafe Twitter Feed Buttersafe Facebook Page. archive store about contact BSX forum amazing things · «. Tuesday, June 30th, 2015 ...
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+SpaceX's Falcon 9 just had a rapid unscheduled disassembly. I was really hoping to see a successful landing, today.
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"We appear to have a launch vehicle failure."  Slightly, yes.
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That's so cool! Two self-driving cars from different manufacturers successfully negotiated attempting to switch into the same lane as the other. Just like you do when you go to change lane but someone else beats you to it.
 
Delphi disclosed the incident to a Reuters reporter earlier this week and confirmed it to CNNMoney Friday. Spokeswoman Kristen Kinley insists it wasn't truly a near miss but was instead an example about how self-driving cars effectively avoid accidents.

"Our car saw the Google car move into the same lane as our car was planning to move into, but upon detecting that the lane was no longer open it decided to terminate the move and wait until it was clear again," she said.

Google agreed with Delphi's take on the incident. "The headline here is that two self-driving cars did what they were supposed to do in a fairly ordinary everyday driving scenario," said a spokeswoman.

But hey, great reporting otherwise. Including the "near accident" in the URL and "near collide" in the text blurb on the main cnn.com landing page.
Self-driving Google car cut off self-driving Delphi car on California street earlier this week but cars were able to avoid an accident.
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That's a bad day.
 
#pixelpushing

And then it was all like "Any network connected computer running ESET can be completely compromised. [...] Sending the exploit as a MIME attachment to a user of Mail.app, Outlook, etc. permits automatic exploitation with no user interaction at all. The act of fetching new email is sufficient for exploitation, there is no need for them to read it or open attachments" and I was imagining the people in charge of the ESET emulation module being all like...
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A similar anti-surveillance amendment passed the House last year, only to be stripped out of the final spending bill.
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I would like that, too, Digg. I would like that, too.

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The food was fantastic. Unique, fresh, and very tasty.
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Nice little place. Really good food and service.
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They're not on the menu (they've been written on the board by the kitchen for at least 6 months, though), but try the pumpkin pancakes. They're really good, especially with the cinnamon butter they come with.
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Definitely better than that donut chain.
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Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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