CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. This isn't like Facebook exposing the pictures from your 5-year college reunion, the one where you learned that no, you can no longer funnel beers quite so easily. This is every modern privacy advocate's worst nightmare and every Google critic's fantasy: the most information-hungry company the world has ever known has gotten caught going a little too far. Sure, you claim the data collected as part of the Street View project was random and not necessarily identifiable. And yes, you were the one to notify the world what you had done, blaming it on an inadvertent oversight. Still, your blog post on the matter raises more questions than it answers.
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Both handsets will be 4G compatible (although this could refer to US 4G only), and both will run on the Qualcomm MSM8960 processor. Odyssey will have the more impressive display of the two; a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED panel with HD resolution, not unlike the one used in the Samsung-made Galaxy Nexus. Marco will have a smaller 4-inch screen with a 800x480-pixel resolution. Also, it seems only the Odyssey will have NFC hardware and, therefore, will be the only device of the two to be able to take advantage of Microsoft's new Wallet capabilities in Windows Phone 8.
"Obviously, Apple is not willing and should not be required to waive any right to a jury trial on claims and defenses that arise from Samsung's continued assertion of patents that Samsung contends are essential to practice the UMTS telecommunication standard, including Apple's Twenty-Fifth through Twenty-Ninth Counterclaims in Reply," the company wrote in yesterday's filing, Samsung and Apple have been waging a bitter patent dispute in courts across Germany, Australia, and the U.S, Although the companies are willing bowie tribute iphone case to reduce the number of claims to facilitate an easier trial in the California court, there's no love lost, And as Mueller, who has been following these cases closely, points out, little has changed..
Changing the value: On cameras with two dials, usually one on the front and one on the back, different manufacturers use different conventions for the primary adjustment dial. For instance, Canon uses the front dial to adjust aperture value in this mode while Nikon uses the back dial. Lower-end cameras generally have just one dial and point-and-shoots sometimes use the navigation buttons. Choosing an aperture: Keep in mind that if you have a zoom lens with a variable aperture range (denoted as say, an 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 lens rather than 24-105mm f4), the widest aperture will decrease as you zoom in to the telephoto end -- e.g., go from 18mm f3.5 to 55mm f5.6 -- and reverse as you zoom out to wide angle. For everything but studio-type work, if you're going to shoot in Aperture-priority mode with an inexpensive kit lens and want the closest you can get to a set-it-and-forget it choice, I vote for f5.6, at least in good light. That will ensure snapshot-quality sharpness of most things you plan to shoot, and will keep the aperture from changing as you zoom. An alternative is to set it f3.5 (or whatever the widest your lens supports) with the understanding that it will change automatically as you zoom, but it will automatically change to be set to the widest aperture possible for a given focal length.
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