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If it wasn't newegg that was hacked and it was in my opinion. Then why wasn't the card used at other places? The only saving grace is that the card data is encrypted better then their user data. So if they where hacked and they got user log in with accounts that have cards attached they would only be able to purchase via Newegg but not have access to the actual card number. How if newegg wasn't hacked did they use my account with my passwords. They didn't just guess my password I guaranty.
Wait the same newegg that I believe was Hacked around Christmas time and refuses to acknowledge even though I had to call then 3 times to ask why I kept getting failed purchases to my NewEGG account for a bad CCV. But they had all my account info correct beyond that? I wouldn't buy free shit from them ever again.
"What happened to 3D Virtual Reality? Do you remember in the mid-90s when virtual reality headsets were going to be the next big thing? Do you wonder why the whole technology just sort of went away? VR pioneer Mark Pesce has spilled the goods. Audioholics was able to contact Mr. Pesce via Twitter where he answered a few questions for us regarding his work with Sega and the mysterious disappearance of its VR project. Over 15 years ago, Mark Pesce worked with Sega on its VR Headset, which was intended to plug into the Sega set-top-box. The headset was going to provide gamers with a virtual reality 3D environment. Of course Sega wasn’t the only one developing a VR headset at the time, and we all expected to be running around in 3D environments when graphics evolved beyond chunky wireframes of the early VR visuals. We thought the technology was just around the corner. With a working VR Headset almost ready for market, Sega had the product tested by a third party lab, the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) at Palo Alto California - the results weren’t pretty. The lab at Stanford came back to Sega with dire warnings about the hazards of prolonged use of this technology. SRI warned Sega: "
AgNO3 writes "While this moves forward it seems to me that this would have been a great Phone OS for the current hardware we have in phones."
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Stop using logic, reasoning, and a basic understanding of marketing to confuse the issue. This is slashdot.
Well How much is is enough? What about all the people that make say Yachts? Or Mercs? Or build fancy houses? Now at what point the tax rate goes WAY up as they benefit from those things provided by the society from which they profit is a WHOLE other question.
free health care? OR do you mean TAX FUNDED healthcare? Cause I'm not going to med school and then residence then specialization and spending 15 years doing it if I can make the same pay going to school for 4-6 years.
G-force is on our side. Its spectra you have to worry about.
Yeah those bullet trains in earth quake ridden Japan are always killing people. Oh wait no thats Godzilla.
Its all about Web 3.0 Beta actuallized via a cloud based monetization of the current infrastructure via propritary use of the extensive IP library.
they did this in the late 70s. i saw it on thats incredable. you could pic like 1 of 4 cars and it hooked up to disributer to know how fast to sound.
Nothing beats Ponies and Pink and glitter
Wasn't this experiment about something else completely and this was just something that was observed and then a request for other to help find out possibly why they got this result.