If you want more control, stop using the GUI and start using Powershell. Windows Server is designed to be used with Powershell. There's a lot of storage options that are only available from the command line that you wouldn't even know existed if you tried setting it up via the GUI. And you can do this remotely.
I think the problem is that "good accuracy" is not yet to the point where the driverless car is less likely to run over a pedestrian at an intersection than a car piloted by a human. Until that threshold is met it's just a science experiment.
Agreed, my bay trail Atom powered "net top" lives bolted to the wall of my hall closet as a Wi-Fi repeater and headless CentOS box. The HDMI port on it is useless media applications. Thanks, PowerVR.
You can pick up a used 2012 Nexus 7 tablet for $75 from a variety of locations, it will be getting the Android 5.0 update. It is Google's official tablet development platform.
Power VR is terrible, Intel released a ton of low end Atom powered devices with Power VR GPU, but due to licencing agreements never released drivers except for the 32 bit variant of Windows 7 and never for Win 8 or Linux drivers worth a damn. Means Linux users were SOL when they tried using these machines for anything media related. And I doubt the situation with Power VR is going to be any better this time around. Avoid like the plauge any Intel hardware that's hard wired to a Power VR chip.
What's stopping ESPN from offering their entire HD channel package for $10/month via Amazon, HuluPlus or a bundle deal with HBOGo?
While I've seen some gross examples of this case in the past, Docker while being new is already a buzz word, they went 1.0 back in June or July, so one fiscal quarter after the fact is not too bleeding edge to need a description here.
No, I am referring to the NERVA rocket engine, a nuclear reactor that shoots superheated hydrogen out the back. The program was so successful followng the Apollo era that Congress cancelled all funding as it would have made a very expensive Mars trip viable using even 1970's technology (shortens the trip from 6 months to 2 months).
Clearly someone doesn't play Kerbal Space Program. This has nothing to do with RTGs.
Nuclear reactors aren't a whole lot larger, they managed to make them small enough to fit on a space rocket, a submarine and back in the 1960's, nine of them on an Aircraft Carrier. It's the support systems (like cooling) and maintenance buildings that end up taking up several acres. Dissipating the waste heat of a 20MW reactor safely, indefinitely, is no small feat.
I use about 10 pages a week from the printer, most of that is me being overly cautious with making sure I have effective notes or references on hand for a meeting. It's faster to sort through three pages of prepared documents than dig through an endless list of emails on my work blackberry.
You can buy that on a sign in multiple gift shops in Fredericksburg, Texas, and probably at Friedhelm's on the north end of main street. My cousins call their grandparents Oma and Opa. Texas was predominantly German and Spanish speaking up until the first world war. There were more German speaking Texans than Irish Speaking or Italian speaking New Yorkers. Czech bakeries are A Thing in Texas. Stop off at the Czech-Stop if you're ever headed between Dallas and Austin or San Antonio.
My grandparents are 82 and I only learned last year (at age 30) that they both speak fluent German.They changed the spelling of their last name and learned English due to social pressures. This was in a predominantly German-speaking rural Texas community surrounded by other German-speaking communities*, I can only imagine how badly speaking German was stigmatized in urban academic circles. This is a real thing.
*Texas has it's own recognized dialect of German, look it up on Wikipedia
They managed to give Kim Jong-il cancer with their first mission, and now that they've perfected their orbital space-cancer-raygun, took out Hugo Chavez and Kim Jong-un on this latest mission. Why build airborne drones when you can riddle offending world leaders with cancer from orbit?
The latest Broadwell/Core-M processors are all fanless @ 4.5w.
The raspberry pi uses 1.89w for the B model and 1.21 watts for the new/improved B+ model released this summer.
By 2017 when the next model is due, Broadwell will be a three year old processor, and Intel's passively cooled Edison will be four years old..
Do you have links to the patent applications?