In the messages, Zimmerman also allegedly threatened Jay-Z and Beyoncé, texting, “Oh yea and tell Jay-Z he’s a bitch and his wife’s a broke whore,” and “If I see either of them in my life, they’ll find themselves inside a 13 foot gator.” … [Read more...] about Once Again, George Zimmerman Avoids Jail Time, This Time for Stalking Charge
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The main difficulty, according to the researchers when they spoke to New Scientist, was providing constant power delivery. Wi-Fi routers only transmit when they have data to send, which means that devices only receive power when someone’s using the Internet. If there’s a long lull in traffic, devices might not receive all the power they need. The obvious solution, which the researchers seized, was to send dummy data all the while — but it would be easy enough in the future to create smart systems that could ask to be charged as and when they needed it. … [Read more...] about Experimental Households in Seattle Have Their Tech Charged By Wi-Fi
The new packaging patent for the iPhone and iPad shows "unobtrusive packaging" which means the package would just show the actual product itself, not a picture. This sort of "unobtrusive packaging" isn't new of course (heck Apple uses it for the Magic Mouse) but they typically don't allow for charging to take place. In the patent, Apple shows an option of using an RF power transmitter where there's a base station that transmit power to the receivers (which would be the packaging itself) and charges everything back up. That means these iPhones and iPads could potentially have a home where they could be charged wirelessly. … [Read more...] about New Apple Patent Hints at Wireless Charging for the iPhone and iPad
Last year, L.A. County District Attorney Jackie Lacey declined to pursue charges against Buck, citing insufficient evidence. But many believe that if his victims had been white, or if his political ties didn’t trace back to the likes of Kamala Harris, Hill … [Read more...] about Democratic Donor Ed Buck Will Finally Face Federal Charges For His Role in the Death of Gemmel Moore
Taxes: When you're self-employed, you'll need to cover your own taxes. The IRS has helpful information on self-employment and taxes, including a worksheet (PDF) for calculating estimated taxes. As a rule of thumb, though, you can simply add a factor of 15% to your salary to cover tax contributions. In our example, 15% times the $45,000 salary is $6,750. Adding these together, our new salary with taxes is $51,750. … [Read more...] about How Much Should I Charge for My Freelance Services?