You can emulate this behaviour by looking at the brake lights of the second car in front of you, not the one in front. Technique requires that you hang back a bit to get a broader view of the situation. Eliminates the problem of the people in front of you braking for giant spiders.
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HPE sees 'no indication' its tech was sold to Chinese military, seeks answers from Uncle Sam on sanctions
US bans Chinese firms – including one linked to HPE’s China JV – for feeding tech to Beijing's military
Windows 11 in detail: Incremental upgrade spoilt by onerous system requirements and usability mis-steps
"Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger are coming back online now. Sorry for the disruption today – I know how much you rely on our services to stay connected with the people you care about."
Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger are coming back online now. Sorry for the disruption today – I know how much you missed the targeted ads you care about.
Open-source software starts with developers, but there are other important contributors, too. Who exactly? Good question
Busy day in China: Xi Jinping announces tech-sharing, services export push and a bourse for startups
Google says its artificial intelligence is faster and better than humans at laying out chips for artificial intelligence
In this round of 'Real life or Black Mirror episode', drones that hunt down humans by listening to their screams
FYI: Today's computer chips are so advanced, they are more 'mercurial' than precise – and here's the proof
Guy who wrote women are 'soft, weak, cosseted, naive' lasted about a month at Apple until internal revolt
A trip to the dole queue: CEO of $2bn Bay Area tech biz says he was fired for taking LSD before company meeting
Key Perl Core developer quits, says he was bullied for daring to suggest programming language contained 'cruft'
Outsourced techie gets 2-year sentence after trashing system of former client: 1,200 Office 365 accounts zapped
The Audacity of it all: Version 3.0 of open-source audio fave boasts new file format, 160+ bug fixes
ServiceNow bakes more ML, low code into Quebec release to push itself as all-encompassing workflow layer
'Meritless': Exam software maker under fire for suing teacher who tweeted links to biz's unlisted YouTube vids
IT contractor caught charging Uncle Sam expert rates for newbies, agrees to pay back $6m in settlement
We know it's hard to get your kicks at work – just do it away from a wall switch powering anything important
Re: She should have been sacked
I don't get this. Desks are about 34" inches high. This desk had an open back and the operator was flailing about enough to hit the switch? Is the Genesis "Get 'em out by Friday" solution of halving the room's height to increase capacity implemented here?
Oh. You mean in Britain, electrical outlets have switches beside them to control them.
House of Lords push internet legend on greater openness and transparency from Google. Nope, says Vint Cerf
This is wilful stupidity on Cerf's part.
No one is or should be asking for Google to divulge their technology. They are or should be free to do with it as they want.
Google, however, is not using the results of their technology to reflect the world as it is but as the way they wish it to be. That is what we object to.