Hate on Intel much? Last I checked their SSDs cost more but were at the top of the reliability list. I dislike SSDs because when they fail they do it catastrophically. I have yet to lose any data from from a failing platter drive. Those will at least give you some warning signs.
The chip is going to need physical connections to offload what has been collected. How do you hide a chip? Its going to be on a circuit board.
If keyboards did store text "in a kind of flash" it should be trivial to retrieve the contents. The chip or even die (black blob seen on pcbs) needs access to the outside world somehow. It would need a bus of some sort like SPI, JTAG, or even 1Wire. I guess you could get creative and do something with RFID or near field but again any good lab should find that in no time.
Nothing but neckbeards spewing jargon out of their ass. Feeding a microwave transformer into a satellite dish does nothing. "Technically possible" means you think it is but have no engineering background to explain any theory or concepts.
That is still hardly worth it.
That headline made me think I had a stroke there for a moment. Again summary fail without context or that new fangled idea known as hyperlinks.
My only reaction was that he says "goddamn" two or three times per page.
Get a BeagleBone Black. Tons of GPIO along with ADCs and PWM channels. Of course all the usual SPI and 1Wire stuff as well.
Are you using a dedicated ASIC machine?
The news was calling for doom and destruction but it rained all night and maybe had a quarter inch of slush on my car by morning. The temps stayed up and I didn't even have to shovel.
Its about sending a message. I am completely competent in my driving abilities. That said, I do not want to die in a collision because some self absorbed cunt insists on texting while driving. Same goes for drunk drivers. Drunks rarely kill themselves when they wreck.
Prime shipping is not free. Last I checked it was $75 a year. So factor that in.
Ah I suspected as much. Many thanks.
Does anyone profit anymore with GPU rigs, or do you have to shell out $10K and then wait a year for a Butterfly Labs box.
How does asterisk even work from the hardware side? I looked at their site and they just have software instructions. Is there some physical card or box that interfaces computers to landline phones?